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ADBA Attends the Biowaste Regulatory Forum

Last week ADBA attended the Environment Agency’s Biowaste Regulatory Forum. The forum covers all things biowaste and is attended by representatives from across the industry, including the EA, Defra, and other trade associations. During the meeting, the EA raised several…

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Regulation Update – ADBA’s Operator Members

Find out about: Environment Agency, Standard Rules Permits, Appropriate Measures for the Biological Treatment of Waste, Bespoke Permits, AD Quality Protocol, Defra, Nitrate Pollution Prevention Regulations, Farming Rules for Water 2018, Wider Documentation, Health & Safety Executive, Animal and Plant…

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January 2021 Consultations

The New Year is well and truly underway now and there are a handful of consultations deadlines throughout January. The consultations to acknowledge and provide ADBA with feedback on are outlined below. By feeding into ADBA you have your say…

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Nitrate Vulnerable Zones for 2021-2024

The Environment Agency recently concluded its 4-yearly review of Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs) for the period 2021-2024. It advised the Secretary of State that there has been no substantive change in patterns of nitrate pollution in England, concluding the NVZs…

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Defra’s Pathway to Sustainable Farming

On 30 November 2020 The Rt Hon George Eustice MP, Environment Secretary, unveiled his plans for the agricultural transition period at an Oxford Farming Conference. Defra released the document ‘The Path to Sustainable Farming: An Agricultural Transition Plan 2021 to…

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Recap on the Environment Bill Policy Paper

The Environment Bill was introduced to parliament on 15 October 2019 and was re-introduced following general election on 30 January 2020. The policy paper on the Environmental Bill was last updated on 21 October 2020. The Bill will help deliver…

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Ministers answer parliamentary questions on AD

ADBA and the UK’s AD industry has found a new ally in Alan Brown MP. Following conversations with Mr Brown, ADBA shared with him a list of parliamentary questions (PQs) that he then submitted to the relevant Ministers. These covered…

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