We've finalised the programme for our annual Research and Innovation (R&I) Forum to be held on 6-7 April in York.
We've added some exciting features in the last week:
- How Thames Water are transforming their use of sludge to produce more biogas and the high quality fertiliser ThamesGrow;
- A free visit to the Biorenewables Development Centre laboratories;
- A debate, to be lead by David Tompkins of Aqua Enviro (formerly of WRAP), on digestate dewatering and processing. Bringing together academia and industry, this debate will focus on what dewatering techniques are available, what value they add, and what the research priorities should be. See the background to this here.
So we now have an exciting line-up of expert researchers that will give attendees an overview of all the latest developments in the research community and how they are impacting on the sector.
With government reports saying that “being able to draw on academic skills and new ideas is critical to longer-term innovation”, the R&I Forum is essential to innovation in the anaerobic digestion industry.