Tag: Food And Drink

Funding available for bioeconomy innovation in Scotland


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Zero Waste Scotland has launched a new funding opportunity for businesses and organisations working in industrial biotechnology, food and drink, and the wider bioeconomy in Scotland. The Bioeconomy Accelerator is designed to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and higher education institutes delivering circular economy and waste reduction…

Posted in: News for Members, R&D Updates

Tags: AD R&D, R&D, research, research and innovation, research and development, bioeconomy, Circular Economy, funding, funding opportunity, r&d funding, r&i funding, Scotland, Zero Waste Scotland, Matt Hindle, anaerobic digestion, food and drink, food waste operators, food waste, recycling, biogas, biomethane, digestate

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Foodex 2016 - Clearfleau demonstrates how manufacturers can turn production

Award-winning British company Clearfleau, the leading UK-based provider of on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) solutions for food and beverage companies including Nestlé and Diageo, is exhibiting on Stand E301 at Foodex 2016, NEC Birmingham (18 - 20 April 2016).  Richard Gueterbock of Clearfleau will be involved in two seminar discussions on renewable…

Posted in: Members' press release

Tags: member's press release, Clearfleau, nestlé, diageo, foodex 2016, richard gueterbock, lake district biogas, gas to grid, bio-degradable, Waste, food and drink, manufacturers, carbon emissions, Derek Sivyer

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Lake District Biogas – Sustainable Energy from Cumbrian Cheese

Clearfleau announces start of construction of UK’s first anaerobic digestion (AD) plant to convert bio-degradable cheese production residues into biogas for the gas grid Bracknell 1 July 2015:  Award-winning British company Clearfleau, leading UK-based provider of on-site AD-based treatment solutions for the food and beverage sector, has finished the…

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Tags: member's press release, lake district biogas, cumbria, cheese, Clearfleau, food and beverage, food and drink, first milk, FIT, RHI, residual sludge, biomethane, government, capital, green gas, national grid, whey permeate, phosphate, water framework directive, chemical oxygen demand, nitrates, craig chapman, chris gooderham, stewart mounsey, Environment Agency, tom northway, Derek Sivyer

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Fuelling the green gas revolution

Conventional biofuels such as bioethanol and biodiesel currently account for the majority of biofuels supplied and used in the United Kingdom. Under existing policies, however, the UK is currently some way off being able to meet the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) 10 per cent renewable transport fuel 2020 target. Progress is hampered…

Posted in: Policy updates

Tags: greenfleet, editorial, conventional biofuels, bioethanol, biodiesel, biofuels, renewable energy directive, indirect land use change, DfT, biomethane, air pollution, public health england, Chris Huhne, adba national conference 2014, JouleVert, Colin Matthews, vehicles, gas alliance group, tony griffiths, refuelling infrastructure, green gas trading, Labour, EU, house of lords science & technology select committee, food waste, food and drink, Liberal Democrats, zero waste britain act, source segregation, landfill ban

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SEaB Energy wins patents for its mobile power plant solution

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE SEaB Energy has secured patents from the US and the UK for its multi award-winning, portable power plants that use microbial technology to turn food and other biowastes into energy and revenue. SEaB Energy’s now patented system is the first to market with a unique,…

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Tags: food and drink, micro AD, on-farm

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