2019 Exhibitors

Biocore Environmental Ltd

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Celtic Anglian Water Ltd

Established in 1998, Celtic Anglian Water (CAW) is the Irish based subsidiary of the UK’s Anglian Water Group and employs c.90 people at various treatment plants in locations throughout Ireland.

CAW specialises in the design, build, operation and maintenance of water and wastewater infrastructure assets.

Since 2003, CAW, in collaboration with its Partners, has been involved in the delivery of over €80m of water and wastewater infrastructure capital works projects. In delivering capital projects CAW provides the full range of professional services required from engineering specialist designers, project managers, procurement managers, on-site construction supervisors and expert mechanical, electrical and process commissioning engineers. All projects are delivered through an integrated management system incorporating a Health & Safety Plan, an Environmental Management Plan and a Quality Management Plan.

The Operation and Maintenance Services provided by CAW are delivered in the most efficient and environmentally sustainable way possible. Three of the Wastewater Treatment Plants operated by CAW have received ISO50001 Energy Management Accreditation. Over 14,000,000m3 of Renewable Biogas is recovered from the waste streams being treated, which in turn is used to provide both Renewable Heat and c.30,000 MWh annually of Electricity to offset the energy demands of the Plants.


CHP Mechanical

We have been at the forefront of the specialist biomass boiler industry for over 15 years, we have designed, specified, supplied, fitted and continue to maintain over 300 hundred biomass boiler systems.

This experience (particularly in the commercial sector) cements our position as one of Ireland’s most knowledgeable biomass boiler installers. CHP doesn’t just install the biomass boiler but can supply a complete turnkey package for your entire heating requirements. Our knowledge, along with the use of top quality products, allow us to develop the best system for your project tailored to your specific requirements, ensuring a high standard of work with minimum downtime.



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Coillte has been firmly at the forefront of the bio-energy sector in Ireland, providing strong leadership in the area of renewable heat.

Coillte has established local biomass supply chains by identifying and addressing the key barriers to industrial scale users of biomass.

By providing long term, secure supply contracts, where clients pay per GJ rather than per tonne, Coillte has enabled significant investment decisions by key industrial partners, stimulating local demand for forest products, both Coillte and private. Over the last 4 years these investments have displaced >8m litres of fuel oil, saving >26k tonnes of carbon emissions, created new employment and underpinned the competitiveness of these export focussed industries.

Coillte’s thought leadership and supporting analysis has directly influenced the recent Government decision to introduce a Renewable Heat Incentive next year. This will further transform the sector, stimulating new investment, jobs and market growth.


Dorset Green Machines 

Dorset Green Machines, a Dutch machine manufacturing enterprise. Our focus is on commercially attractive solutions for treatment of biomass waste products.

We are specialists in using available residual heat for drying biomasses, such as manure, digestate and sewage sludge. Dorset produces anything from plug-and-play solutions up to complete biosolids production factories. Dorset manufactures complete pelleting plants in plug-and-play container solutions. Pelletizing makes the dried product more marketable and significantly decreases the volume. Vacuum evaporation can be used for effective separation of contaminants. Our sludge dryers are frequently provided with biological Air-cleaning, which reduce odour and ammonia emissions.


Gas Networks IrelandGas Networks Ireland

Gas Networks Ireland is part of Ervia, a commercial semi-state company responsible for gas and water infrastructure and services and the delivery of wholesale broadband solutions in Ireland.

Gas Networks Ireland builds, develops and operates Ireland’s world-class gas infrastructure, maintaining over 13,954km of gas pipelines and two sub-sea interconnectors. Safety and a strong customer focus are at the heart of how the business operates, along with a commercial ethos, reflecting its responsibility for a major gas infrastructure that contributes to Ireland’s social and economic progress.

Natural gas is available in over 160 population centres in 20 counties and there are almost 680,000 users in Ireland. The company is responsible for connecting all new gas customers to the network, and for work on service pipes and meters at customers’ premises, on behalf of all gas suppliers in Ireland.

The company is now committed to decarbonising the network with indigenously produced renewable gas with the objective of supporting 20% renewable gas by 2030 with Nationwide Network Entry facilities.

To connect your business to the natural gas network, contact businesslink at 1850 411 511 and we will be delighted to assist you. Alternatively, you can contact us by email on businesslink@gasnetworks.ie or visit our website www.gasnetworks.ie


Irish BioEnergy Association

IrBEA is the National Association representing the bioenergy industry on the island of Ireland.

IrBEA seeks to increase understanding of issues related to biomass supply chains used to generate energy in the form of heat, electricity and transport. The main objectives of the association are to influence policy makers, to promote the development of bioenergy, and to promote the interests of its members.

Improving public awareness, networking and information sharing, and liaising with similar interest groups are other key areas of work in promoting biomass as an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable energy resource. Governance and strategic oversight is provided by our CEO, President and Management Committee, with operational support from an Executive Team.

IrBEA is affiliated to AEBIOM, the European Biomass Association and the European Biogas Association (EBA).

IrBEA operates as a not-for-profit limited liability company. IrBEA is funded from member contributions with other income established from services and consultancy.

Visit: www.irbea.org


Laois Sawmills

Laois Sawmills began making pellets under the name of Greenwood pellets in 2007 and is now the only producer of wood pellets in the Republic of Ireland .We now supply both Ireland and the UK with our high quality pellets.

With a capacity of 50000 tonnes , Laois Sawmills is eagerly awaiting the uptake of the recently announced Renewable Heat Support Scheme. General Manager, Rory Roberts commented ‘’Our pellet plant is supplied by our own sawmills and surrounding mills and with such a optimum location , we are ideally suited to supplying the whole of Ireland . All our pellets are of the highest quality EN plus A1 standard and we are FSC certified ensuring all raw material is sourced in a sustainable fashion. Quality and Service are our 2 main priorities and with a history of over 30 years , Laois Sawmills looks forward to working closely with new and existing customers.


Malachy Walsh & Partners

Malachy Walsh and Partners is a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy providing a first class service to its clients since it was founded in 1967. The company objective is to seek continued growth of the Practice through increased diversity and the promotion of greater expertise and innovation, particularly in specialised engineering areas. The goal is to provide an all embracing engineering service encompassing Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Environmental, Project Management, Conservation, P.S.D.P., Fire and Traffic sectors.

The Firm is successful in identifying areas of growth and pursuing these areas in the expansion of its business. The engagement and continued training of quality staff is a pre-requisite to achieving the firm’s goal. MWP will continue to employ Graduates from Irish and UK Universities and Institutes of Technology and recognises that the professional development of staff is key to securing their retention, to promote their individual wellbeing and in turn, to make them better able to meet the Firm’s needs.

The Firm’s success is primarily dictated by customer satisfaction.


Renewable Gas Forum Ireland (RGFI)

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