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Waste Treatment BREF summary

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In the framework of Industrial Emissions Directive (integrated pollution prevention and control IPPC) (2010) that seeks to achieve high levels of protection of human health and the environment, industrial operations must be covered by a permit. The permit contains conditions and best practice procedures. These are explained in supporting documents, including…

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Contact Ofgem’s Innovation Link for support on low-carbon innovation projects

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Over the last 3 years, Ofgem’s Innovation Link has provided support to over 200 innovators looking to launch new products, services or business models. Many of these have the potential to help the UK decarbonise in the smartest, lowest cost way. Specifically, Innovation Link’s team has informed, and…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, Ofgem, innovation, innovation link, government support, low carbon, nick primmer

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Member Press Release - Landia Chopper Pumps win battle to create new legacy

With a £60M investment aimed at producing 30% more green energy from its largest sewage treatment works, Severn Trent’s upgrade of its twelve anaerobic digesters has put people and pumps to the ultimate test. Severn Trent are experienced in treating sludge with Advanced Digestion but converting its conventional…

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NFU and LGA to provide keynote speeches at ADBA National Conference in December

NFU and LGA to provide keynote speeches at ADBA National Conference in December Stuart Roberts, Vice-President, National Farmers Union, will discuss achieving net zero in agriculture Cllr David Renard, Chair of Economy, Environment, Housing and Transport Board,  Local Government Association, on their views on the implementation of separate food…

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Member Press Release - A circular economy solution using algae to create value from food and farm AD

A circular economy solution using algae to create value from food and farm AD waste A group of pioneering anaerobic digestion (AD) plants in North West Europe are working with scientists to grow algae using nutrient rich digestate. The idea is to use the algae and it’s components…

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Tank De-Gritting Technology Available for Purchase

Last week I visited a mining, and borehole, company that has developed an alternative method to de-gritting AD: digester, hydrolysis, buffer and feedstock storage tanks. The principles are based on mining techniques to remove the grit and inert material from the water that can then be used again. The technique…

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Tags: sam hinton, grit, de-gritting, anaerobic digestion, maintenance, ad operators

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Anaerobic digestion trade association submits proposals to Government ahead of the Budget

Anaerobic digestion trade association submits proposals to Government ahead of the Budget *Update - the Government has now postponed the Budget pending a general election vote* Letter to Chancellor highlights the industry's potential towards achieving the Government's Net Zero emissions target and the impact of uncertainty…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, food waste, Charlotte Morton, Defra, beis, financial incentives, chancellor of the exchequer, budget, cop26, cabb

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Department for Transport – Quarterly Stakeholder Workshop

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The Department for Transport’s Quarterly Stakeholder Workshop included talks from NovaPangaea, BEIS, Supergen Bioenergy Hub, UKPIA and the RTFO Unit. It was good to see that Rika Biofuels, who are developing an anaerobic digestion plant to turn straw to liquid biomethane, was one of the winners of the …

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Feedstock (Waste) – Opportunity – West Midlands

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We have received an enquiry from a company who are looking to dispose of their waste streams through AD. What: They are looking to dispose of the pH adjusted citric acid in a more sustainable way and to reduce costs. They have already had BMP tests carried out on this…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, food waste operators, food waste, feedstock, sam hinton

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BEIS provides pragmatic solution for transfer of ownership of biomethane plants

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 ADBA has been informed by BEIS that alternatives to transfer of ownership of a biomethane plant are being considered. A pragmatic solution is sought for the period before the RHI reform legislation comes into force in March 2021.   BEIS explained: “Presently there is no provision included in the…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, transfer of ownership

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ADBA submits Budget proposals to Chancellor

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*Update - The Government has now withdrawn the Budget pending a general election motion* ADBA has written to the Chancellor, Sajid Javid, setting out the industry's views on the policies needed to support anaerobic digestion in the years ahead. These priorities focus on encouraging better cross-departmental working to drive…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, food waste, renewable financial incentives

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ADBA features on BBC Panorama programme on Climate Change

ADBA's Chief Executive Charlotte Morton joined BBC reporter Justin Rowlatt on a tour of Biogen's Rushden AD plant as part of the BBC Panorama programme on Climate Change broadcast on 14th October 2019.  She explains the role that AD can play towards achieving net zero emissions in…

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Government publishes draft Environment Bill

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The Government has published a draft of its new Environment Bill, which is intended to create legally-binding environmental improvement targets. A new independent Office for Environmental Protection will be established to scrutinise environmental policy and law, investigate complaints and take enforcement action against public authorities, if necessary, to uphold…

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Future of renewable heat: A meeting with BEIS

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Last week, ADBA’s policy team met with BEIS’s new Commercial Advisor to their Clean Heat Directive, to discuss renewable heat policy post-2021. The Commercial Advisor was particularly interested in the current barriers to AD and understanding how future policy can help overcome them. ADBA emphasised the…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, RHI, food waste, Ofgem, beis, UK AD & Biogas, nick primmer, future of heat, seg

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