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Composting separated food waste digestate fibre

See a note I've written for ADBA members on the potential for composting separated fibre from digested food waste here. This is something that government should be conducting a study on.   Any comments would be appreciated - 

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Is acidifcation the answer to the ammonia issue?

As ADBA members may be aware, DEFRA are seeking to reduce emissions of air pollutants such as particulate matter and ammonia. DEFRA have a particular concern about ammonia emissions, as they are the only air pollutant rising rather than falling.…

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Workshop plans for future co-digestion regime

Last week I attended a workshop with a number of stakeholders from the world of anaerobic digestion, sewage sludge treatment and regulation to discuss how we can take forward plans to make the regulatory environment for co-treatment of sewage sludge…

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Goodbye to Jessica Allan

We're sad to say that Jessica Allan, our Regulatory Affairs Manager, has moved on from ADBA to a new role as a Principal Consultant at WYG. Jess joined ADBA three years ago, on the day of our annual AD Trade…

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Should Standard Rules Permits be scrapped?

The Environment Agency has issued a Call for Evidence on environmental permits for biowaste facilities. See our previous blogs on this here. One aspect of this is ending the option of operators having the choice of applying for a Standard…

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Why anaerobic digestion? A summary

When we at ADBA are in day-to-day discussions with government department's we are so often trapped into explaining how AD can meet the objectives of that particular department. This is frustrating for us but of course government can be highly…

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