The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA)
The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA)

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  • Panel Session: How will food waste policy affect AD in the next 5 years?

    Panel Session: How will food waste policy affect AD in the next 5 years?

    ADBA NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2014 AD 2015-2020: What can we achieve? “The single change in policy that could have the biggest impact is probably a ban on food to landfill." Robin Latchem, Editor, Materials Recycling World Magazine Panel ...

  • AD Digestate Market at the ADBA National Conference 2014

    AD Digestate Market at the ADBA National Conference 2014

    ADBA NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2014 AD 2015-2020: What can we achieve? “Balancing operating costs, customer demands and environmental outcomes presents a key challenge to the sector.” David Tompkins, Sector Specialist, WRAP Breakout ...

  • AD operational performance at the ADBA National Conference 2014

    AD operational performance at the ADBA National Conference 2014

    ADBA NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2014 AD 2015-2020: What can we achieve? “Operational performance underpins the economic viability of projects, confidence in the sector’s health and safety record, the quality of outputs and the ...

  • DECC’s positive case for renewables welcome - redesdale

    DECC’s positive case for renewables welcome - redesdale

    `Environmental Parliamentarian of the Year` Lord Redesdale today [18 May] welcomed the Government`s acknowledgement of the vital role that renewable technologies have to play in keeping household energy bills under control. Speaking following the ...

  • RHI timetable holds back coalition promises

    RHI timetable holds back coalition promises

    DECC’s timetable of milestones for the Renewable Heat Incentive will hamper delivery of the Government’s promises, Lord Redesdale, Liberal Democrat peer and chair of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association has said today [28 ...

  • ADBA welcomes inclusion of weekly food waste collections in pickles’ £250m fund

    ADBA welcomes inclusion of weekly food waste collections in pickles’ £250m fund

    In a welcome change of tack from previous indications that only weekly residual black bag collections would be supported, the Department for Communities and Local Government today announced that councils looking to deliver weekly food waste ...

  • Government will provide AD with the certainty it needs – DECC Minister

    Government will provide AD with the certainty it needs – DECC Minister

    Charles Hendry MP, Minister of State for DECC, told the ADBA National Conference today [Wednesday 14 December] that his Department recognised that Government needed to provide the AD industry with greater clarity over future policy to allow the ...

  • Pickles ruins Christmas for Osborne and Huhne

    Pickles ruins Christmas for Osborne and Huhne

    News that Eric Pickles’ £250m fund for waste collection is to be restricted to councils that intend to retain or bring back weekly black bag collections has been greeted with dismay by senior figures in the organic waste recycling ...

  • Anaerobic digestion: Delivering growth

    Anaerobic digestion: Delivering growth

    Anaerobic Digestion is a renewable technology that can make a real difference. Its flexibility means that it draws in many complementary industries. With George Osborne’s autumn statement due next week (29 November) the country is not ...

  • ADBA delivers action plan documents

    ADBA delivers action plan documents

    The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) has published two key documents which were promised in the AD Strategy and Action Plan to support the industry. They are available on the association’s website. The Due Diligence template, ...

  • Weekly collections must segregate food waste – Redesdale

    Weekly collections must segregate food waste – Redesdale

    Commenting on Eric Pickles’ announcement of a £250m fund to support councils returning to weekly bin collections, ADBA Chairman and Lib Dem peer Lord Redesdale said: “If Eric Pickle’s announcement on supporting weekly ...

  • OFT recommendations will help anaerobic digestion

    OFT recommendations will help anaerobic digestion

    ADBA Chairman and Lib Dem peer Lord Redesdale has welcomed the publication today [Thursday] of the OFT’s Market Study into Organic Waste. The Market Study was prompted by the water regulator Ofwat, to explore what barriers exist to ...

  • Electricity Market Reform must encourage low carbon investment

    Electricity Market Reform must encourage low carbon investment

    Reacting to the Government’s energy white paper and 2020 renewables roadmap, published today [12 July], ADBA Chairman and Lib Dem peer Lord Redesdale said: “We welcome the publication of the Government’s Electricity Market Reform ...

  • Defra announce Anaerobic Digestion Loan Fund at UK AD & Biogas 2011

    Defra announce Anaerobic Digestion Loan Fund at UK AD & Biogas 2011

    Defra Minister Lord Henley has announced a £10m Anaerobic Digestion Loan Fund (ADLF) for new AD plants in his speech to the conference at UK AD & Biogas 2011. The ADLF, which will be administered by the Waste Resources Action Programme, ...

  • Lord Redesdale: show marks a big week for AD

    Lord Redesdale: show marks a big week for AD

    Anaerobic Digestion is central to getting Britain back on track with climate change targets, according to the industry’s representative body, which is holding its annual trade show and conference on 6-7 July 2011. ADBA Chairman and Liberal ...

  • Failures on climate targets show need for AD - ADBA

    Failures on climate targets show need for AD - ADBA

    Reacting to the publication today [30 June] of the 3rd Review from the Committee on Climate Change, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton said: “Despite all the talk from Government, the Committee on Climate Change has shown that we’re ...

  • Strategies welcome but should prioritise AD - ADBA

    Strategies welcome but should prioritise AD - ADBA

    Reacting to the publication today [14 June] of the Waste Review and Anaerobic Digestion Strategy and Action Plan, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton said: “Defra’s publication of the Waste Review and AD Strategy and Action Plan are ...