Making biofuel
from wastes


We manufacture biodiesel from used cooking oil and other food wastes at two biodiesel refineries on the east coast of England. We have also built a pre-processing facility to increase the efficiency of our manufacturing operations.

Converting waste oils and fats into biodiesel

Greenergy has owned and operated a biodiesel production processing plant in the port of Immingham since 2007 and in 2015 acquired a second similar facility at Seal Sands on Teesside.

An ongoing programme of investments at the Immingham facility has created a world-class refinery that delivers unique production efficiencies, with yields as high as virgin vegetable oil facilities, as well as the highest standards of product quality. With the acquisition of a second manufacturing facility at Seal Sands, we have been able to performance of both sites further by making best use of feedstock, through technology transfer and sharing of best practice.

Pre-processing waste oils to make them suitable for biodiesel production

Our pre-processing facility at North Cave in East Yorkshire was built as a joint venture with Brocklesby Ltd and operates and acts as a sister site to our biodiesel manufacturing facilities. By using novel technology and processes to upgrade raw materials, it allows us to produce high quality biodiesel from lower cost and lower quality waste materials that we would otherwise be unable to use.