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Anaerobic digestion trade body to recruit Chair to drive growth of green gas in its second decade ADBA to appoint new Chair on its tenth anniversary, replacing role of Chief Executive Current Chief Executive Charlotte Morton makes announcement at ADBA National Conference 2018 New Chair will provide “a new face to take forward ADBA’s exciting […]

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 Trade body releases revamped AD industry guide The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has today released the second edition of The Practical Guide to AD, a key guidance document for developing and operating anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities in the UK. The Guide covers key topics of relevance to AD operators, including feedstocks, producing and […]

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New conference to examine role of anaerobic digestion in Northern Irish economy  A new conference is set to examine the role that anaerobic digestion (AD) can play in waste management, agriculture, renewable energy generation, and climate change mitigation in Northern Ireland. AD is a natural process that recycles organic materials including food waste, sewage, agricultural […]

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ADBA celebrates biofertiliser hitting wholesale shelves The UK’s trade body for anaerobic digestion (AD), a natural process that recycles organic wastes into valuable products, has today described the first sales of biofertiliser produced from AD as ‘a game-changing moment in the restoration of the UK’s soils’. Farming family Steve and Sarah Suggitt of Suggitt Farm […]

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AD industry pays tribute to late Hugh Vaughan at awards dinner The anaerobic digestion (AD) industry celebrated the life of AD pioneer Hugh Vaughan at its annual AD & Biogas and Industry Awards on Wednesday 5 July. Hugh Vaughan, who was UK Director at pump and mixer manufacturer Landia, tragically passed away earlier this year […]

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ADBA: Food waste report is ‘wake-up call’ for next Government The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has joined the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Select Committee in calling food waste levels in England a ‘scandal’ and described the Committee’s final report into the costs of food waste in England as a ‘wake-up call’ […]

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