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Posted in August 2015

ADBA market analysis page update

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We have updated our market analysis page. This includes the latest information we held in August on the plants moving through the planning process. This also includes our July market report.  If you have any queries on the page or are able to provide any market information which may…

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Tags: market analysis, Ollie More

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Reminder – we need your views on waste exemptions

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As I wrote in my blog back in July, the Environment Agency (EA) are seeking views on the waste exemptions system, which is being reviewed in the context of the ‘Cutting Red Tape Review’. Click here to see my previous blog, which contains more information about the relevance…

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Tags: exemptions, environmental permitting, EA, regulatory forum, jess allan, food waste, anaerobic digestion, digestate

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Food waste collection work offers promise

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Amid all of the uncertainty around renewable financial incentives, there is one chink of light on AD policy: food waste collections. In mid-July, Charlotte was part of an industry delegation which met new resources minister Rory Stewart MP in Defra. There she described work which was already underway between the…

Posted in: ADBA News, News for Members

Tags: blog, food waste, food waste collection, rory stewart, Defra, AD, food waste recycling action plan, biogas, Wrap, recycling, circular economy package, EC, Europe, government, landfill tax, carbon savings, operator groups, Charlotte Morton

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Telegraph reports on hidden cost of soil degradation to the UK

The Daily Telegraph’s Contributing Editor, Geoffrey Lean, has today unveiled a Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology report that outlines how soil degradation is costing the UK £1.4 billion each year. The report notes that there is no UK wide monitoring of changes in soil health, highlighting how…

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Tags: daily telegraph, geoffrey lean, parliamentary office of science and technology, soil degradation, Parliament, government, soils, soil structure, soil quality, soil fertility, nutrients, biofertiliser, crop rotation, crop best practice, organic material, maize, digestate, roi, soil health, farming, blackgrass, nematodes, Derek Sivyer

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Hertfordshire food waste recycling plant awarded industry standard

Hertfordshire’s first food waste to renewable energy plant has achieved the industry certification PAS 110 for the biofertiliser produced as part of its recycling process. The Bygrave anaerobic digestion (AD) plant near Baldock, owned and operated by AD market leaders Biogen, processes food waste to generate renewable energy along…

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Tags: member's press release, Biogen, hertfordshire, food waste, bygrave, biofertiliser, biofertiliser certification scheme, julian o neill, electricity, PAS 110, Derek Sivyer

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Cast your vote for community micro AD project

Please cast your vote for this project in the M&S Community Energy Fund   Please vote for us and support us in our quest to raise funds for a new and exciting energy project in East London as part of our ongoing project R-Urban Wick. We…

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Tags: member's press release, M&S, community energy, micro AD, r-urban wick, London, methane, biofertiliser, food waste, fund, funding, ucl energy institute, community by design, Derek Sivyer

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Purac Puregas awarded another biogas upgrading project in Denmark

Purac Puregas are pleased to announce the placement of a further contract to supply a CApure biogas upgrading plant to Denmark. The plant in Vrå, North Jutland will upgrade up to 3000 Nm3/h of raw biogas from a co-digestion plant. The upgraded biomethane will be injected in the Danish…

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Tags: member's press release, Purac Puregas, capure, biogas upgrading, denmark, north jutland, biomethane, e.on, grøngas partner as, frodi mortensen, rolf håkansson, co-digestion, Derek Sivyer

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