The Milford Haven project has been carefully designed to ensure that the environmental impact is positive and that the sustainability criteria are exemplary.
We intend to create a sustainable centre of excellence in Wales where independent business units have a symbiotic relationship with each other which enhances their efficiency.
Whilst the business units can operate independently, where possible, the design philosophy for the scheme utilises products or wastes from one business unit as a feedstock or energy source for another process. This symbiotic relationship significantly reduces operating costs.
As an example of this;
• Electricity produced by the electricity generation facility will be provided to on-site users at a cost that is lower than that available from the standard utility providers.
• Waste heat from the production of electricity will be utilised within a prawn farm, fish farm, cheese factory, algae production unit and greenhouses.
• Some of the carbon dioxide produced by the processes will be used to grow algae and to enhance the growing conditions in the greenhouses.
• Waste water from the fish farm will form a feedstock for an aquaponics system in the greenhouses.
• Algae produced using waste heat and carbon dioxide will supplement the feedstock of the fish and prawns, with the excess being for the production of sustainable fuels and bio-refined products.
• Carbon residues from the production of electricity will be used to create liquid fuels.
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