Responding to the 2018 Budget delivered this afternoon, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), said: “We were disappointed that the Budget did not confirm a commitment to introducing universal food waste collections in England or any further funding support to encourage local authorities to introduce these where they haven’t already done so."
QED Environmental Systems, the leading international supplier of environmental monitoring equipment, has welcomed the reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, a move by the Government that is expected to kickstart the development of some 50 biomethane plants across the UK by 2020.
Huge and fast growth is forecast for the UK’s biomethane industry, with predictions of a 50 per cent rise in the number of operating plants – and investment of up to £400m – by January 2020.
The UK’s trade body for anaerobic digestion (AD) is celebrating the contribution of green gas to tackling climate change as Green GB Week gets underway.
The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has described the UK’s anaerobic digestion (AD) industry as a huge economic opportunity for the UK ahead of November’s Autumn Statement.
ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton has written an opinion piece in CIWM Journal Online on how biomethane from organic wastes can help to decarbonise the UK's gas grid.
Leading sustainability news website BusinessGreen has published an opinion piece by ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton on why England needs universal food waste collections.
The Chief Executive of the UK’s Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has today called for the government to “do the right thing” and commit to universal separate food waste collections in England in its forthcoming Resources & Waste Strategy.
Yesterday at RWM 2018, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton delivered a keynote presentation outlining the need for universal food waste collections in England to emulate the successful examples set by Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton responds to the presentation to Parliament of the government's Agriculture Bill.