[Past] ADBA R&D Forum 2015 (14 -15 April)

Will R&D double or quadruple the potential of the AD industry?

In partnership with the BBSRC Anaerobic Digestion Network. Supported by Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN).

Bridging the gap between industry and academia, this event is the best way to learn how research can increase your competitive edge. With falling government funding, the AD sector has never been under more pressure to improve operational performance, manage environmental practice and to find ways of maximising the energy and fertiliser outputs of the process as well as looking to create newer, higher-value products. ADBA’s 2015 R&D Forum will bring together the AD industry, academia and the public sector to understand how existing R&D can help support these goals.

This is the event to attend if you want to look at the future of the AD industry, hear about and debate the conclusions from the latest AD research, share knowledge with academia and get answers to your questions; it is a must for those involved in designing, engineering, developing or operating AD plants.

We believe that current R&D projects have the potential to double or even quadruple the potential of the AD industry.

See the full programme here.

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R&D Forum 2015 in brief

 

 

What they say about ADBA R&D Forum 2015

“An excellent forum with leading academia and industry involved in AD innovation in the UK. A great opportunity to learn about new technologies and research in the world of AD and network.”
Mamatha Veesam, Senior Process, Scientist, Southern Water

“The ideal forum to launch our new research technology.”
Edgar Blanco Director, Anaero Technology

“An excellent snapshot of the UK’s AD industry as it is today and where it is going in the immediate future”
Chris Dakin, Director, Gas Data Ltd

“The forum was a very useful source of information and state of art technologies for this rapidly growing sector.”
Huw Thomas, Director, MSE Hiller and MSE Systems         

 

ADBA R&D Forum 2015 in numbers

  • 113 delegates
  • 12 exhibitors
  • 32 speakers