Tag: Nutrients

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: HRS helps turn London’s food waste into fertiliser

HRS Heat Exchangers has won an order for its novel Digestate Concentration System (DCS) from Willen Biogas at a new multi-million pound anaerobic digestion plant which is currently being constructed at Cattlegate Farm in Enfield near London. The system will reduce the requirement to store and apply digestate (a nutrient…

Posted in: Members' press release

Tags: member's press release, hrs heat exchangers, digestate concentration system, willen biogas, cattlegate farm, digestate, biofertiliser, food waste, landfill, adrian williams, matt hale, matthew pencharz, Mayor of London, London, nutrients, Derek Sivyer

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LEC and partners awarded NERC funding

Researchers from ADBA member Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC) and Engineering, in collaboration with Stopford Energy and Environment, the James Hutton Institute and Aqua Enviro (also an ADBA member), have just been awarded funding from NERC under the Resource Recovery from Waste research programme to investigate the applicability of wastes from…

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Tags: agricultural application, fertilisers, NERC, new markets, nutrients, project funding, resource recovery, RnD, soil conditioners

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