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Contrary to popular belief, animal by-products are no longer considered waste, but are recognised as a very valuable material that is processed into ingredients for high-quality modern products. Recently we were asked how our process for receiving and processing animal by-products at our Penrith site works in terms of odour control, and we thought this would be a good opportunity to explain this in more detail to prevent any misconceptions. From the collection and delivery of the material to the final processed product and dispatch, we follow a set process and strict quality control underpinned by our GMP+ certification, the world's largest feed certification scheme, and PAS 99 - Certification covering ISO 14001 (Environmental Management), ISO 9001 (Quality Management) and ISO 45001 (Health & Safety Management). Animal rendering is not a dirty business, as some still claim, but takes place in a high-tech facility under completely hygienic

Leo Group is committed to investment and continuous improvement, using the best available techniques to ensure that high operating standards are continually maintained at all our sites. In doing so, protecting the environment, and reducing CO2 emissions are top priorities. For odour abatement, we use state-of-the-art leading technology, that meets the requirements of sector guidance and best available techniques (BAT). As the primary means of odour control at all our animal rendering sites, we utilise thermal destruction of odours with thermal oxidisers for intense cooker odours and large biofilters to treat the indoor air of buildings. In this context, we are pleased to announce that we have recently installed a new gas oxidiser as well as a new multi-fuel oxidiser as part of our ongoing site improvements at our Omega Proteins Penrith facility. These new and more efficient models replace the two older thermal oxidisers which have

Leo Group participates in the Supplier Leadership on Climate Transition (Supplier LoCT), an online learning collaborative that provides guidance on measuring and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions as well as how to set science-based targets for reduction. We are delighted to announce that Leo Group has now been awarded the Supplier LoCT GHG Scope 1, 2 & 3 Footprint Badge, which represents the progress we have made in reducing our impact on climate change. This means that our company is part of a global community of brands and suppliers that are leading climate change by actively adopting industry best practices to reduce their company's impact on the climate. However, the two badges are just the beginning, as we plan to continue working towards becoming a net-zero emissions company. Watch this space

Announcing the appointment of Jane Brindle, Technical Advisor at Leo Group Ltd, as first female FABRA UK Chairman Leo Group Ltd is proud to announce the appointment of Jane Brindle, Technical Advisor at Leo Group, as the new and first female Chairman of the Foodchain and Biomass Renewables Association (FABRA UK), the UK's leading authority on the use, value and biosecurity of animal by-products. Jane brings significant technical know-how to this high-profile voluntary role, having gained extensive experience in the meat industry for over 20 years before joining Leo Group in February 2011. These years of experience and her keen interest in how the rendering industry fits into the circular economy model and how it contributes to reducing the carbon footprint of the food industry make her well equipped to represent FABRA UK's members and to liaise with regulators and government departments on various issues. These will

A local environmental company has launched a recruitment drive to employ new workers.Leo Group is hiring production operatives, engineers and Class 1 and Class 2 HGV drivers with temporary roles and permanent contracts available in Halifax, Penrith, Kintore and Ingleton.Leo Group is one of the UK’s leading specialists in animal by products and renewable energy. The business plays a critical role in the food and agricultural industries collecting and processing material - 100% of whi [

Environmental company, Leo Group, has provided much-needed funding to Queensbury Support Centre.The firm, based in Halifax, stepped in and donated £6,000 after the centre’s funding was cut by two thirds leaving them without the money they required to stay open.For 24 years Queensbury Support Centre has provided a day centre service, three days a week for elderly people; collecting them from their homes using their minibus and returning them home later that day.  Of the 30 [