ADBA is the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association. Through lobbying activities, meetings with government officials, working groups, high profile industry events, educational material and more, ADBA aims to facilitate the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry’s growth. We’re helping the UK meet its renewable energy and waste targets and pave the way for a carbon-free future. Read more…
Farmers: have your say on what should be included on the Productivity and Slurry Grant Items list
While funding applications for 2023's Farming Equipment and Technology Fund for productivity and slurry closed in April, it was today announced that with over 3,000 applications, the funding was extended…
Local Authorities: there are still spaces available for you to visit a local AD plant!
Last month, the ADBA Food Waste Working Group launched their series of site visits for Local Authorities across the country in anticipation of the announcement on separate food waste collections.…
ADBA responds to Scotland’s draft Energy Strategy and Just Transition Plan
On 10 January 2023, the Scottish government published its draft Energy Strategy and Just Transition Plan, mapping out the future of Scotland’s energy sector with an ambitious suite of actions…
Policy & regulation
Industry Strategy and Lobbying Objectives
ADBA aims to grow the sector and garner government support.
We put forward the industry’s views on the regulators’ consultations. We also help our members understand and achieve compliance.