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UK AD & Biogas 2011

27 May 2011

There has never been a better time for food processors to become involved in processing their food waste through anaerobic digestion

The natural process not only provides a low carbon solution to the treatment of food waste but also diverts waste from landfill, generates renewable energy and produces a high nutrient fertiliser.

Following the European Waste Directive, the UK now has to divert as much waste as possible away from landfill, leading to increases in landfill tax. There is, therefore, a need for alternative waste disposal solutions that are cost effective and environmentally friendly.

Anyone interested in anaerobic digestion can now find out more about this exciting form of renewable energy at UK AD & Biogas 2011 (6-7 July, NEC Birmingham), the UK’s only anaerobic digestion and biogas trade show.

Organised by the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA), the industry’s trade body, this two day event features over 140 exhibitors, free seminars and workshops plus a high profile conference ‘The Life Cycle of an AD Plant’. Expert speakers Nigel Keen (Waitrose), Vidyanath Gururajan (Branston), Wendy Manning (Coca Cola Enterprises) and many more will be discussing key issues and answering your questions on topics such as procurement for AD, the future of digestate for food production, the effect of climate change on food retailers, managing commercial and industrial food waste and much more.

Double the size from last year’s inaugural show, the growth of UK AD & Biogas 2011 is a clear indication of the speed at which the AD market is developing in the UK and the wealth of opportunities on offer.

To receive 50% off entry to the trade show* please pre-register with this code: GEN3518. *Please note this does not include entry to the conference.

To register please click here. To find out more please visit www.adbiogas.co.uk or contact ADBA


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