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Join ADBA’s PR working group

As a membership organisation, it's hugely important that ADBA's communications work reflects the concerns of and, wherever possible, directly involves its members. It's also of course true that, as an industry, we can maximise the effectiveness of our communications by…

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Is algal technology the future of AD?

Last week I attended a workshop run by a consortium of Welsh universities on developing circular economy solutions to reduce agricultural nitrate pollution and develop feed products. The workshop focused on how combining AD-derived digestate with algal technologies has the…

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Update from Low CVP Fuels Working Group

Today I attended a meeting of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (CVP) Fuels Working Group, which includes representation from the Department for Transport (DfT), Low CVP, and many others working in the low-carbon fuels sector (including a number of ADBA…

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ADBA members – send us your best photos!

Here in the ADBA PR team we're looking to refresh our rather out-of-date stock of AD images that we use in magazine articles and press releases and on social media. In particular we're after high-quality images of: AD plants Biomethane-fuelled…

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Can Brexit be sustainable? Five key points

On Wednesday evening I attended the launch of a new report from think-tank Policy Connect entitled ‘Principles for a Sustainable Brexit’, which sets out the key principles for the Government and Parliament to make environmental considerations and tackling climate change…

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What the Queen’s Speech means for AD

There were no real surprises in this morning's Queen's Speech but some interesting inclusions/omissions that are likely to affect the UK AD industry over the coming years. What was mentioned: Brexit - Fairly unsurprisingly, securing "the best possible deal" as…

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Theresa May be addicted to Coffey

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has confirmed its full Ministerial team. The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP is Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. George Eustice MP is Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and…

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