July 02, 2012
Our film for Vivergo Fuels is having the finishing touches added to it in the edit suite.
Vivergo Fuels, based at Saltend, near Hull was formed in 2007 as a biorefinery for the future, and is now one of the largest wheat to bioethanol plants in Europe.
They approached us to produce a induction film which features top tips from employees of the company to help convey the message of health and safety to contractors coming onto site.
After a few weeks of filming at the plant, we picked up all the lingo and gathered plenty of knowledge about the carbon lifecycle. Did you know that bioethanol is a renewable substitute for petrol made from the carbohydrates in plants (such as wheat, sugar beet, corn, sugarcane) through a process of fermentation, distillation, and dehydration. You do now!
The final edit will be online shortly, but until then, take a look above at our film which was also shot in and around Hull & East Yorkshire.
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