In order to support the development of the AD marketplace one of ADBA’s key goals is to engage better with the industry’s key target customers. Given this goal, ADBA met with the British Hospitality Association last week to discuss how we can best work together to support their members to integrate AD into their hospitality businesses. Meeting with their Deputy Chief Executive Martin Couchman and Policy Manager Camilla Woods, the meeting was extremely positive with the BHA keen to work with ADBA on key policy, regulatory and technical issues through regular meetings, joint PR, events and communications. John Dyson, Food and Technical Affairs Advisor at the BHA will be speaking at the trade show on 3 July and the BHA will also be a partner on our new ‘AD & Hospitality Industry Conference’ on 27 September at The Savoy, London. We are delighted to be working with such an established organisation and hope alongside our work with the Institute of Hospitality we can help raise AD’s profile in the hospitality sector and encourage more businesses to treat their food waste through anaerobic digestion. Watch this space for more details on our upcoming hospitality conference and editorial feature in the September issue of AD & Biogas News.