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Waste Management Plan Consultaiton

ADBA has responded to the ongoing review of the Waste Management Plan highlighting a number of concerns. The review, undertaken every six years, takes a snapshot of the current state of waste management practices, capacity and sets a blueprint for…

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Your feedback on the Green Gas Levy

BEIS have requested feedback from ADBA and its members regarding their open consultation on a Green Gas Levy (GGL). Paid by UK gas suppliers, this levy will be directly used to fund the Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS) – the government’s…

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Consultation Input Needed: AD and the Planning System

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government are consulting on proposals for reform of the planning system in England. The Planning for the Future consultation proposes to reform the planning systems, bring a new focus to design and sustainability, improve the system…

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Ministers answer parliamentary questions on AD

ADBA and the UK’s AD industry has found a new ally in Alan Brown MP. Following conversations with Mr Brown, ADBA shared with him a list of parliamentary questions (PQs) that he then submitted to the relevant Ministers. These covered…

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ADBA Responds to the Carbon Emissions Tax Consultation

Last week ADBA responded to the governments’ Carbon Emissions Tax consultation. The main purpose of the consultation is to gather feedback on proposals for how carbon emissions trading will look, post-Brexit. Whilst the UK currently participates in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme…

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Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review: ADBA’s response

ABDA recently responded to HM Treasury’s Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR). Carried out once every three years, the review presents an opportunity for representative bodies to propose new or improved policies capable of delivering the government’s various targets. These policy suggestions…

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RTFO buy-out price increase to 50p/litre confirmed

This week, the Department for Transport (DfT) confirmed that it will increase the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation’s (RTFO) buy-out price from 30p/litre to 50p/litre, to help protect the scheme’s annual carbon savings and support producers of biomethane and other low carbon fuels.…

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Autumn Budget delayed and a Green Gas Sector Deal

Speculations that the Autumn Budget might be delayed if a second coronavirus wave were to sweep Britain have become reality. Yesterday (23rd September), the Treasury announced that the Budget would be postponed from this November to next Spring. While a…

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