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ADBA launches first conference for Scottish AD industry

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) will host its first Scottish National Conference on Wednesday 15 February at the Radisson Blu Hotel …

Food waste recycler gets PAS 110 certification

Tamar Energy’s Basingstoke AD plant has achieved PAS 110 certification. The standard, backed by WRAP and the British Standards Institute, ensures the …

New method converts biogas to protein feed and bioplastic

Finnish research and technology firm VTT has developed a solution for converting even small sources of methane-rich biogas into raw materials for animal feed …

Funding available for businesses and organisations working in the bioeconomy in Scotland

On 19 October the Scottish Government announced a £1.5 million funding opportunity for businesses and research institutions working in industrial …

Biofertiliser quality standard achieved by Tamar’s food waste recycling plant

Tamar Energy today announced that its Basingstoke anaerobic digestion (AD) plant has achieved a key industry quality standard. PAS 110, the standard backed by …

Fertiliser first

Boddington Estates has become the first farm in the county to receive a high quality ‘green’ fertiliser from the county’s local food waste recycling …

Simple servicing to get your AD site back to its best

Johan Ostlund, director at CooperOstlund, gives five simple servicing tips to breathe new life into your AD plant and improve energy generation performance. …

Discovery of new chemical catalyst promises cheaper biodegradeable plastics

On 12 August IBM Research announced it had identified a chemical catalyst that can be used to create cheaper, biodegradable plastics from plants such as palm …

UK firms supply parts and expertise for lauded Richgro AD plant in Western Australia

Pumps and mixers manufacturer Landia offers a rundown of the details of its involvement with Richgro’s widely acclaimed AD plant in Jandakot, Western …

Scottish organics sector grows as impact of waste regulations beds in

The amount of organic waste processed by Scotland’s anaerobic digestion (AD) and composting sector grew by an extra 30,000 tonnes in 2014, a new report from …

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