ADBA’s programme for Pro2Pac out now

As part of our partnership with Pro2Pac (17-20 March, ExCel London), the packaging trade show for the food and drink industry, we have put together three 45 minute seminar sessions demonstrating how anaerobic digestion can benefit the food & drink sector.

These sessions are part of the brand new Sustainable Solutions Zone which will offer food and drink businesses the opportunity to meet the ADBA team, AD operators and suppliers, and find out more about anaerobic digestion and the range of options available to them.

In the seminar sessions, industry experts will provide an introduction to the financial and environmental benefits of treating unavoidable organic waste using anaerobic digestion. Our speakers will also provide information on how companies can send their organic waste to AD through specialist waste collections as well as how food and drink companies can integrate an AD plant into their business to generate their own renewable energy, vehicle fuel and biofertiliser.

Speakers include Adam Baisley, Head of Business Development, Agri Energy, Richard Gueterbock, Director, Clearfleau, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive, ADBA, Dean Pearce, Regional Account Manager, PDM Group, Tim Elsome, Director, TE26 Limited, Thomas Minter, Director, Malaby Biogas, Jeremy Elden, Glendale Power and Matt Hindle, Policy Manager, ADBA.

Click here to view the full programme.

Across the four exhibition days you can meet our team in the Sustainable Solutions Zone at stand S2361. The zone will also feature a variety of exhibitors from the AD industry who will be able to advise on responsibly disposing of organic waste, reducing company emissions and generating renewable energy on-site.

Our partnership with Pro2Pac is part of our ongoing campaign to raise awareness of anaerobic digestion in the food and drink sector and to connect businesses involved in these industries. If you would like to join us and exhibit in the Sustainable Solutions Zone, please contact Michael Fielding.

For further information and to register, visit the Pro2Pac website.

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Tags: food industry, packaging, partnership, Pro2Pac