Posted on August 31st, 2010
PROjEN Joins Forces with Doctor Les Gornall
Specialist Engineering Project Management company PROjEN, based in Preston Brook, Cheshire has formed an Alliance with Doctor Les Gornall who is widely regarded as the UK’s leading expert in Anaerobic Digestion and Waste Water Treatment. This partnership gives even greater weight to PROjEN’s service offering and demonstrates the company’s commitment in becoming the UK’s leading supplier in all phpects of waste management, including de-packaging, anaerobic digestion, CHP and conversion of waste heat to electricity.
Dr Gornall has over 30 years experience of building, operating, designing and commissioning anaerobic digesters and waste water treatment plants. He has become an internationally recognised environmental consultant who has extensive experience in waste and biogas issues across the world. He has written many papers for technical magazines and is often quoted by his pseudonym “Dr Sludge”.
PROjEN have expanded their service offering into a number of niche areas such as helping companies to reduce their energy costs and meet legislative compliance issues including DSEAR, IPPC and post Buncefield Requirements. These new services have been driven by clients and in recent times many in the waste industry have been pushing for a combination of both the theoretical and practical phpects of waste management. PROjEN’s Managing Director, Martin Seabrook comments:
“PROjEN’s strength is that when we offer a service we ensure we can add value to the client. We recognise that no one individual or company has all the answers and by working with like minded associates we can each focus on our own strengths. Through Les’ extensive knowledge of the waste market and our own award winning history in project and construction management we feel we are able to offer our clients a much stronger package than our competitors”.
In addition to working with Dr Gornall PROjEN have also renewed their distributor agreement with FreePower – this product generates electricity from waste heat and will become a major talking point this year in both waste and industrial applications. PROjEN have also formed an alliance with Axion Consulting – process experts in the field of waste and recycling.