As part of a media partnership with the organisers of the RWM & Letsrecycle Live 2022 expo on 14th-15th September at Hall 20, NEC Birmingham next week, ADBA will host a session on Food Waste Recycling. The expo and session are free to attend.
Food waste recycling and AD – a perfect circular economy model!
ADBA will host a session on Day 1 of the RWM & Letsrecycle Live 2022 event. The session will provide guidance to waste managers and local authorities on how to reap the benefits of collecting food waste, recycling it through AD and using the biomethane to power their refuse trucks.
Chaired by ADBA Chair Chris Huhne, it will feature presentations from:
- David McKee – CTO, Bio Capital
- Jonathan Croley – Partner, Ashfords
- John Coates – Head of External Affairs, LARAC
- Leanne Williams – Lead Policy Analyst, ADBA
The session will take place from 13:00 until 13:45 in the Energy From Waste Theatre at the expo.
A message from the organisers!
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Also at RWM & Letsrecycle Live, you can feel free to pop by the ADBA exhibition stand R-N294. Meet our team and pick up our latest publications.
Jocelyne Bia | Senior Communications Consultant | Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA)