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Organic waste – A gold mine in the right hands

Humans generate around 105 billion tonnes of organic waste annually, directly and indirectly. According to the world bank, 33% of the annual waste generated is not managed in an environmentally safe manner. Zooming in on the UK, our estimates show…

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New milestones for the GGSS

Digital delivery As the Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS) nears one year from its launch, there has been a significant milestone in the digital delivery of the scheme. The digital team on Ofgem has finalised their work on the state…

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Food for Thought at the ADBA National Conference

‘When food waste can’t be prevented, we want more of it going to AD,’ says Dr Peter Maddox, Director of WRAP UK. Outlining the organisation’s priorities here, he calls for closer collaboration with ADBA to optimise food waste feedstock for…

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RHI: presentation from conference

It was great to see so many members at ADBA's National Conference yesterday. Thank you to everyone who attended, and who contributed to the discussions. In my presentation in the biomethane session, I was able to go into a bit…

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Chris Huhne’s take on the new UK energy policy

Our strategic adviser, former DECC Secretary of State Chris Huhne, provides his analysis of the implications of the speech Amber Rudd gave on energy policy this week: The speech was heavily trailed as being about affordability, but there is nothing new…

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