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The Butyl SOWTech Partnership (BSP) is a collaboration between two companies with different backgrounds but a common goal; to use their knowledge and expertise to help to transform unsanitary organic wastes into renewable resources.

Who are Butyl Products Ltd?

Butyl Products Ltd are a UK company who are international suppliers of emergency water storage and distribution equipment, temporary camp services and bespoke geomembrane linings.

Butyl Products have been working with international aid agencies since 1969. They provide complete packages for emergency aid situations. They specialise in liquid storage and distribution equipment plus sanitation and hygiene kits. They manufacture a range of supply, storage, treatment and water distribution systems plus kits especially manufactured for emergency aid use in response to emergency/humanitarian aid situations and as part of planned infrastructure development projects. Butyl Products are a company that have a long term relationship with governments and NGOs such as Unicef, Save The Children, UNHCR, National Red Cross Societies, Oxfam plus ICRC and IFRC.

For further information about Butyl Products Ltd visit their website at www.butylproducts.co.uk

Butyl SOWTech Partnership

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The Partnership

This is a synergistic partnership built on the strengths of the individual companies. Sustainable OneWorld Technologies (SOWTech) are design and technical specialists for the biological treatment of organic waste. Butyl Products bring fabrication expertise to the partnership. They also have the infrastructure to package and distribute to the developing world. The BSP partnership has already brought its first product to market—a novel and unique anaerobic digester called the Flexigester. In addition, an active programme of work is seeking to bring “research to reality” in other complimentary areas. The founders of SOWTech have a history of developing innovative solutions to issues and problems pertaining to the waste industry. These have been in the areas of anaerobic digestion, in-vessel composting, air management and odour control and algae culture.