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ADBA joins green lobby of Parliament

As part of a lobbying strategy in partnership with other renewable and environmental organisations, Charlotte Morton joined ADBA’s policy team in the House of Commons for a “speed up-dating” event aimed at engaging Members of Parliament from across the political…

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Article for Next Green Car: Time to hit the gas?

Writing for Next Green Car earlier this month, ADBA's Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, noted that the use of biomethane as a vehicle fuel has grown significantly, with evidence from the Gas Vehicle Hub demonstrating that the number of UK gas…

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Food Waste operators meet in Birmingham

ADBA’s Food Waste Operators Group met in Birmingham on 25 February. Full minutes are being prepared for the group, who finalised the remit following initial discussions in the inaugural meeting in November. In particular, the group is keen to act…

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Action plan update shows progress, but more to do

Defra has released its annual assessment of the Government’s Anaerobic Digestion Strategy and Action Plan, which was launched in 2011. ADBA’s Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, commented: ADBA has been pleased to work with government, our members and industry partners to…

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Charlotte Morton talks about ADBA’s name change

Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of ADBA, spoke to FoodBev’s Bill Bruce about why the association recently broadened it remit and changed its name. The interview looks at the benefits of anaerobic digestion, the value of waste, and the role of…

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