Spencer Bioenergy is a division of Spencer ECA.
Spencer Bioenergy was created to provide the important and rapidly growing energy market with sustainable and environmentally responsible fuels in the form of woodchip, brash bales (or bundles) and logs for domestic woodfuel. Read our 'What is Bioenergy' page for more details.
Spencer continues to invest in specialised plant, equipment, personnel and their training in order to ensure it can cope with existing and future demands for sustainable fuels and the processes that are used to create them. Consequently, Spencer is able to provide a consistently effective, efficient and ecologically sound Bioenergy service across its range of contracts - whether large or small.
Spencer has gained an enviable reputation for its land management and site clearance expertise. Working closely with organisations such as the Highways Agency, the Forestry Commission and the Environment Agency - together with many major contractors - its work requires a wide variety of capabilities.
On-going land maintenance, forestry clearance and tree-harvesting means that Spencer always carries a substantial stock of timber and woodland materials that can be quickly converted into biomass. This extensive resource enables the company to respond to quickly changing customer requirements and seasonal demands.
All Spencer Bioenergy products are supplied direct in order to minimise handling and transportation, and thereby maximise the environmental benefit of the harvesting-to-delivery process.
Spencer is certified to ISO 14001: 2004 and ISO 9001: 2008 and it is familiar with the requirements of working in protected and ecologically sensitive areas, such as SSSIs, SACs and National Parks. Spencer will also deal with disposal and recycling of the materials, manage and control wildlife, the protection of endangered species and the preservation of rare plants.
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When the MOD had a problem with access to its Pendine site, Qinetic – who manage the MOD’s properties, called in Spencer for assistance.