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Industry cleared of Northern Ireland subsidy claims

Site inspections by the Department for the Economy in Northern Ireland have disproved claims that "phantom" renewable power plants earned large sums of subsidy payments. However, it has said that a small number of plants, which are currently set up to…

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Sustainability Hub and ADBA launch new APPG

The Sustainability Hub, of which ADBA is a member, has set up a new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG to help promote and develop ideas to meet the Government’s new Net Zero obligations. The Hub is a business, NGO and academic forum…

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ADBA engages with local authorities

As part of our ongoing stakeholder engagement on the implementation of separate food waste collections, Jon Harrison and Charlotte Morton recently met Hilary Tanner from the Local Government Association, to discuss local authority views on this important policy. We agreed…

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Engaging with the new Government

Engaging with the new Government ADBA has hit the ground running in our engagement with the new Government, with Charlotte Morton writing welcome letters, and requesting meetings with, all relevant Secretaries of State at the Treasury, Business, Agriculture, Trade, International…

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Government Responds to Resources & Waste Consultation

The Government has published it’s response to the Resources & Waste Strategy Consultation, to which ADBA responded earlier this year. The response contains positive news for our industry, as Ministers have accepted many of our recommendations – with significant majorities…

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