AD Not Just Important for Energy but Also Soils 07.12.2017 21:48 Anaerobic Digestion Central to UK Policy Goals Lord Lord Deben, Chair of Committee on Climate Change has told ADBA’s National Conference 2017 that anaerobic digestion central to policy goals. read more … Plant to Feature Waste Energy, Anaerobic Digestion, Solar & Battery Storage. 27.11.2017 13:11 Cory Unveils Plans for 650,000 TPA Waste to Energy and AD in London Waste to energy & resource recycling management firm, Cory Riverside Energy, has today unveiled plans to build an integrated, low-carbon energy park at its site in Belvedere, South East London. read more … Standardised Food Waste Reporting Method on the Cards for Supermarkets 24.11.2017 12:11 Transparency the Key to the War on Food Waste for Retailers Philip Simpson discusses what an agreement on a standardised method of reporting food waste would mean for the UK’s grocery retail industry. read more … Advetec XO Improves on Previous Waste Reducing Performance 17.11.2017 13:45 Next-Gen On-Site Thermophilic Waste Digesting Extremophile Machine A UK specialist in the on-site reduction of solid and liquid organic waste, Advetec, has launched an evolution of its Bio-Thermic Digester technology. read more … Hitachi Zosen Inova to Partner with Cesaro Mac Import on Biogas Project 07.11.2017 10:05 HZI to build Italy’s fifth Kompogas Dry Anaerobic Digestion Plant Hitachi Zosen Inova is to build a new Kompogas plant in collaboration with its Italian partner Cesaro Mac Import in Foligno, a town in the province of Perugia. read more … Kickstarter Funded Israeli Firm Rolls Out Upgraded Domestic Biogas System 01.11.2017 12:22 VIDEO: Household Digester Creates Biogas from Food Waste for Cooking Israeli Kickstarter firm, HomeBiogas, has launched its latest biodigester for transforming leftover food waste into clean biogas for domestic use. read more … Legislation on Renewable Heat Incentive Delayed Yet Again 25.10.2017 10:16 ADBA: UK Government Delays to Waste to Heat Legislation Risk Climate Targets The UK government’s decision to delay legislation to support renewable heat generation is ‘a significant threat to the UK’s ability to meet its climate goals’, according to ADBA. read more …
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