Dear AD Network Members, We have some relevant external events and opportunities to bring to your attention: The National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC) is holding a Workshop on Biofilm Engineering, Edinburgh, 30th April 2019 The workshop will explore problem…
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has praised the AD industry's role in recycling inedible food waste and said it should be "expanded".
Biomethane from waste to supply 9,600 households with energy
Responding to the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC’s) new report on decarbonising UK housing, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, said: “The CCC is absolutely right to highlight the vital role that biomethane from anaerobic digestion is playing and will need to continue playing in decarbonising the 300 TWh of existing UK domestic gas demand."
ADBA member Bio Collectors featured on BBC Breakfast this morning in a piece about food waste prevention and recycling.
ADBA members may be interested in the upcoming Myanmar Trade and Investment Conference being hosted by the UK-ASEAN Business Council, the Department for International Trade and British Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar.
The UK’s anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has welcomed a new government consultation published today in which ministers have committed to funding local authorities to introduce weekly food waste collections for all households in England.
The Department for International Trade’s (DIT) Exporting is GREAT campaign, which launched in 2015, aims to spark a movement around the UK of companies selling their products and services overseas.
The UK’s food waste recycling industry has written to the Treasury and Ministry for Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) calling for government funding for the rollout of separate food waste collections in England to be fast-tracked.
Ahead of chairing a session at the ADBA Scottish National Conference 2019, Mike Berry, Senior Policy Adviser for the Scottish Government, sets out the importance of a Scottish circular economy.