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27 September 2011

Ipswich Town: Eco matchs food waste is set to create green gas
The Blues Championship home fixture against Brighton on Saturday is being dubbed an Eco Match, with all food waste from the day used to create green energy while highlighting the low carbon record of the club.

The Eco Match is being led by Adam Bensusan, commercial manager at Bio Group. The company, led by Suffolk entrepreneur Steve Sharratt OBE, designed, constructed and operates the Adnams Bio energy plant in Southwold.

Food waste from the brewery owners pubs and other local businesses, hotels, restaurants and schools is converted into biomethane which is then used as eco-friendly green gas for the national grid.

Adnams Bio Energy is delighted to be working with Ipswich Town with their excellent green track record. said Mr Bensusan, who is also a life-long Ipswich Town supporter.

The aim of the Eco Match is to show that together we are making a real difference to the environment and Ipswichs great fans can play a part in that.

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