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MEMBER PRESS RELEASE: Flooded maize could be salvaged as grain for AD feedstock

Flooding across north, east and central England has brought the last of the maize harvest to a halt, and reports suggest thousands of acres destined for anaerobic digestion remain in the ground. While taking the crop as silage becomes increasingly unlikely, feedstock and forage preservation specialists, Kelvin Cave Ltd, say there may still be options which will salvage maximum value from the crop in its current condition.
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Reviewing the EA’s Standard Rules Permit Consultations

This week Sam Hinton has been reviewing the EA’s Standard Rules Permit Consultations. During the week he has participated in teleconference and a meeting in Rushen, which were the Biowaste and Plastics Working Group and the CIWM Biological Treatment SIG respectively.
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ADBA Policy Report – October 2019

As we look to the future of the AD industry and how we deliver our full potential, the UK presidency of COP26 in Glasgow represents a key opportunity for us to illustrate the major contribution we can make to the…

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Site visit to Barfoot Energy

Last week Sam Hinton, ADBA’s Technical Support Manager, visited the two AD plants operated by Barfoot Energy in the South of England. He visited them to talk through ADBA’s current work, regulatory changes on the horizon, visit the sites and…

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Helping our members thrive

Dear members, As ADBA begins its membership renewals process, we have spent a lot of time speaking with members and have learned so much more about your needs and the challenges you are facing.....
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