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Galliford Try wins £35M sewage biogas contract

Contractor Galliford Try has today won a £35M contract to build two anaerobic digestion plants for Anglian Water at sewage works in Basildon and Ipswich.

The plants will generate energy from biogas as by-products of the sludge treatment process and also produce fertilisers for recycling to land.

Galliford Try has previously completed similar anaerobic digestion plants for Anglian Water at King’s Lynn in Norfolk and Great Billing in Northamptonshire.

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