Scottish dairy company to power factory with cheese waste

The low carbon plant will use whey to supply 80% of the site’s electricity and 50% of its boiler gas needs

A Scottish dairy company, Graham's The Family Dairy, plans to power its production facility in Fife using waste from cheese.

The low carbon plant will use waste whey to supply 80% of the site’s baseload electricity and 50% of its boiler gas needs through a closed pipe network.

The 'first for Scotland's dairy industry' project is expected to be operational by the spring of 2021.

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