Posted in December 2011

AD industry debates the gathering momentum

ADBA PRESS RELEASE  Anaerobic digestion (AD) has gained much momentum in the UK over recent years, but more needs to be done to realise its full value to the UK, according to the industry’s representative body, which is holding its annual conference today [Wednesday 14 December 2011]. Lord Redesdale, ADBA Chairman…

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Tags: ADBA events, ADBA National Conference 2011, green growth, National Conference

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Government will provide AD with the certainty it needs – DECC Minister

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Charles Hendry MP, Minister of State for DECC, told the ADBA National Conference today [Wednesday 14 December] that his Department recognised that government needed to provide the AD industry with greater clarity over future policy to allow the industry to grow. Speaking to over 200 delegates at One Great…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference 2011, Charles Hendry, DECC, financial incentives, National Conference, Redesdale

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Pickles ruins Christmas for Osborne and Huhne

ADBA PRESS RELEASE News that Eric Pickles’ £250m fund for waste collection is to be restricted to councils that intend to retain or bring back weekly black bag collections has been greeted with dismay by senior figures in the organic waste recycling industry. In evidence to the Communities and Local…

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Tags: ADBA events, David Prout, DCLG, local authorities, Redesdale, source segregation, treasury

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