We operate six strategically located processing and storage sites (one with its own port facilities), we have two other port operations and a drying facility to receive waste wood from across the UK.
These sites provide strategically placed storage enabling us to manage the seasonal, as well as geographical, supply and demand challenges of the UK waste wood market. This ensures a consistent offtake for waste suppliers and gives security of fuel supply to Energy Recovery Facilities.
We have invested over £25m in fixed and mobile processing equipment ( one of the biggest wood processing plants in Europe) as well as site developments. Stobart Energy work closely with processing equipment manufacturers and invest heavily in the latest proven technology. This allows Stobart energy to provide finished products to the highest standard and quality and in the quantities required.
Our investment in the latest processing equipment ensures that we can convert waste wood into the unique renewable fuel specification of each Energy Recovery Facility and deliver it to them when they need it.
Seven of out nine sites operate under an environmental permit held by Stobart, as issued and regulated by the environment agency. These site’s compliance under the permits are audited at least once per year by the EA and on a regular basis by energy’s own HSQE team reporting directly to the board.