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Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association

Room 318, Canterbury Court
Kennington Park
1-3 Brixton Road
United Kingdom

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Getting help to digest your food

Few would disagree that there are clear financial and environmental benefits to reducing food waste. But, what can be done with unavoidable food waste? Charlotte Morton believes that anaerobic digestion is the way forward.FULL STORY...

ADBA and BHA focus on hospitality food waste

WRAP’s Nov 2013 report into food waste in the hospitality sector valued the true cost of food waste to the hospitality industry at £2.5 billion, making efforts to reduce it well worthwhile.FULL STORY...

Avonmouth food waste plant to generate green power

Bristol’s first food waste anaerobic digestion (AD) plant has officially been opened by Defra minister David Heath. The plant which will produce enough renewable energy to power around 3,000 homes is operated by Wessex Water subsidiary GENeco will treat 40,000 tonnes food waste from homes, supermarkets and businesses across the south west – preventing it from going to landfill.FULL STORY...

ADBA: Are you profiting from food waste?

In recognition of the challenges faced by businesses who may be interested in AD, ADBA has dedicated an entire day's conference programme at UK AD & Biogas 2012, the UK's only AD and biogas trade show, to the issues faced by those dealing with food waste FULL STORY...

Anaerobic digestion: delivering growth

Anaerobic Digestion is a renewable technology that can make a real difference. Its flexibility means it draws in many complementary industries. With George Osborne’s autumn statement due next week (29 November) the country is not expecting good news on the rate of economic growth.FULL STORY...

UK AD & Biogas 2011

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

ADBA: The real cost of food

Lord Rupert Redesdale, the opening speaker for Appetite for Engineering at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire, is chairman of the Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association. So what exactly is its role?FULL STORY...

Appetite: The talk of the town returns

Appetite for Engineering is back. And this year, the speakers will be more exciting than ever before.FULL STORY...

First trade show on ADBA a success

The two-day UK AD & Biogas 2010 at the NEC in Birmingham was said to be the first ever trade show in the UK focusing solely on anaerobic digestion and biogasFULL STORY...


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