Tag: Vehicles

MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Purac Puregas announce BioLNG contract

Purac Puregas are delighted to announce the placement of a contract to supply a CApure CA70 Biogas Upgrading Plant to Finnish energy solutions provider Wärtsilä. The plant which will upgrade up to 3,000Nm3/h of raw biogas will be part of the largest biogas liquefaction plant in…

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Tags: member's press release, Purac Puregas, capure ca70, biogas upgrading, finland, wärtsilä, liquefaction plant, transport, green gas, biomethane, norway, skogn, fishery waste, liquid biogas, sox, co2, environmental impact, vehicles, biolng, Derek Sivyer

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Schmack Carbotech awarded another contract in Sweden

Biogas from one of the world's largest waste water treatment plants to be purified to natural gas quality Schmack Carbotech is set to provide another gas upgrading plant in Sweden. The plant is based on the principle of pressure swing adsorption (PSA) and will be installed in Henriksdal near…

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Tags: member's press release, Schmack Carbotech, Sweden, natural gas, waste water, pressure swing adsorption, henriksdal, viessmann group, biogas, sewage sludge, vehicles, biomethane, CNG, biofuels, sofielund, Derek Sivyer

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Anaerobic Digestion and the water sector


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ADBA's Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, wrote the following editorial in Issue two of Water & Sewerage's 2015 magazine Anaerobic digestion is well known – and well established – in the UK’s wastewater treatment sector. But that doesn’t mean the sector has stopped developing: the drive…

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Tags: adba editorial, water and sewerage, water sector, wastewater, sewage, Renewables Obligation, uk ad & biogas 2015, DUKES, sludge, advanced anaerobic digestion, aad, thermal hydrolysis, enzymatic hydrolysis, pre-treatment, thames water, peter winter, Mohammed Saddiq, GENeco, bio-bus, biomethane, vehicles, air quality, R&D, university of bath, operational performance, digestate, phosphorous, biofertiliser, Derek Sivyer, Ollie More

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Fuelling the green gas revolution

Conventional biofuels such as bioethanol and biodiesel currently account for the majority of biofuels supplied and used in the United Kingdom. Under existing policies, however, the UK is currently some way off being able to meet the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) 10 per cent renewable transport fuel 2020 target. Progress is hampered…

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Tags: greenfleet, editorial, conventional biofuels, bioethanol, biodiesel, biofuels, renewable energy directive, indirect land use change, DfT, biomethane, air pollution, public health england, Chris Huhne, adba national conference 2014, JouleVert, Colin Matthews, vehicles, gas alliance group, tony griffiths, refuelling infrastructure, green gas trading, Labour, EU, house of lords science & technology select committee, food waste, food and drink, Liberal Democrats, zero waste britain act, source segregation, landfill ban

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