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ADBA responds to the Environment Agency’s Challenges and Choices Consultation

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ADBA submitted our response to the Environment Agency’s consultation titled Challenges and Choices on 24th September 2020. The consultation was launched to explain why water is such a vital resource. It looked to describe the challenges that threaten the water environment. Finally, it explored how we can…

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ADBA analyst attends Supergen Bioenergy Hub

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Dr Nick Primmer reports...

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Feedstock Opportunity - Maize

We have received an enquiry from a member who has surplus feedstock. The enquiry has already been circulated to members who are part of the feedstock finder mailing list. What: 2,000 tonnes of surplus maize Who: Plant operators, owners, consultants or feedstock suppliers Where: Coventry How: Contact Sam Hinton …

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, agricultural feedstocks, maize silage, feedstock finder, sam hinton

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Autumn Budget delayed and a Green Gas Sector Deal

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Speculations that the Autumn Budget might be delayed if a second coronavirus wave were to sweep Britain have become reality. Yesterday (23rd September), the Treasury announced that the Budget would be postponed from this November to next Spring. While a Spending Review is still expected in the coming months, it…

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Open consultation on the Green Gas Levy - call for feedback

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This week, the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) released the pivotal “Consultation on a Green Gas Levy”. This seeks to gain feedback regarding the government’s proposed levy on licensed gas suppliers to fund biomethane injection into the gas grid, through the Green Gas…

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MEMBER PRESS RELEASE - Luannan agri and biogas projects press ahead with Landia digester mixing syst

MEMBER PRESS RELEASE - Luannan agri and biogas projects press ahead with Landia digester mixing systems in China  In Luannan County, which has been committed to significantly developing agriculture in China, Landia has secured a major new order for its biogas digester mixing system. Approximately 250 km east of Beijing,…

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World Biogas Summit 2020 stellar line-up of speakers highlights the growing recognition of the role

World Biogas Summit 2020 stellar line-up of speakers highlights the growing recognition of the role of biogas in achieving Net Zero. In only its second year, the annual World Biogas Summit organised by the World Biogas Association (WBA) in partnership with the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA), has gathered…

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Environment Agency Update

On the 18th September 2020 the EA updated us, as it has done throughout the pandemic, with more information on Regulatory Position Statements (RPSs) and Technical Competence requirements. Regulatory Position Statements There are currently 14 time limited COVID-19 RPSs in place, 13 of which are due to expire on 30 September 2020 and one which…

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Tags: environmental regulation, Environment Agency, covid-19, rps, sam hinton, technical competence, update, ea update

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New Scottish Grant Released: Sustainable Agriculture Capital Grant Scheme (SACGS)

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On 7th September 2020 the Scottish Government published information on the SACGS on the Rural Payments and Services website. The Agricultural Transformation Programme (ATP) was announced in Programme for Government 2019-2020 to promote changes in the Scottish Agricultural sector to meet challenging Climate Change targets. The SACGS will provide …

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Tags: grant, Scotland, climate smart farming, agricultural, sam hinton

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Environment Agency is putting a temporary suspension on the Definition of Waste Service

The Environment Agency’s is temporarily closing the Definition of Waste Service to new submissions while they support the National Permitting Service to deal with the permit application backlog. The suspension will be kept under review, and it is likely that it will be in place until the New…

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Tags: definition of waste, Environment Agency, sam hinton, covid-19, environmental regulation

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AD and Biogas Industry Awards 2020 finalists announced

AD and Biogas Industry Awards 2020 finalists announced The finalists for this year's AD and Biogas Industry Awards have been announced.  Run by the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) and the World Biogas Association (WBA), the Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in the global anaerobic digestion (AD) and…

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Tags: Charlotte Morton, R&D, Awards, innovation, anaerobic digestion, health and safety, financing, AD plants, ad hero, ad & biogas industry awards

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CASE STUDY: Tanlake Flowmetering

Tanlake Flowmetering has been trading for in excess of 20 years and is based in the West Country on the outskirts of Bristol. The Company specialises in the Supply, Maintenance and Calibration of Flowmeter systems to both Agriculture and Industry.

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Urgent Consultation Feedback Required: Challenges and Choices (Environment Agency)

The Environment Agency is consulting on the challenges and choices consultation that is related to river basin management and planning. The consultations aim is to protect and improve the water sources and ensure an optimum balance between people and nature. Whilst ensuring this balance the consultation addresses…

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Tags: 25 year environment plan, consultation, member benefits, digestate, waste water, agricultural, sam hinton

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Decarbonisation and green finance: HMT review the opportunities

Last week, ADBA responded to the Treasury Committee’s Parliamentary Inquiry, “Decarbonisation and green finance”, emphasising the need for the government to better allocate funds according to the sustainability of all companies’ operations. For the government to deliver net zero by 2050, deep-rooted and systematic change is…

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Tags: HM Treasury, parliamentary inquiry, AD, biomethane, green gas support scheme, adba introductory guide to the rtfo, RHI, decarbonisation, green economy, adba finance forum, finance, nick primmer, rebecca thompson

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DfT begins developing the transport decarbonising plan

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Last week, ADBA responded to the Department for Transport’s (DfT) consultation “Creating a plan to decarbonise transport: call for ideas”.  For too long, the UK’s transport sector has lagged behind other key sectors in its effort to become net zero. As a sector,…

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