AD & Biogas

The latest news stories and articles for anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas.

Biogas facilities at an agricultural site in the Czech Republic.

Biogas trade bodies and companies call for an urgent rethink on GHG Protocol guidance...

Over 50 biogas and biomethane trade associations and companies from around the world have written to the World Resources Institute (WRI), administrator of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol,1 calling...

Launch of World Biogas Association in Marrakesh

The World Biogas Association (WBA) has been launched at the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) COP 22 at Marrakesh, Morocco, it was...

Energy Alliance aims to help CHP owners access more power, faster

In an apparent industry first, gas engine specialist Gen-C will launch a new CHP partnership – the Energy+ Alliance – on stand B503 at...

Promoting expertise

SLD Pumps and Power has announced the appointment of Phil McDevitt as its Technical Sales Manager for Scotland and the North of England. McDevitt’s appointment...
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Biomethane still ahead, for greening transport

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) marked Clean Air Day on 20 June by highlighting the important contribution to be made by biogas and biomethane from AD, when it comes to cutting our carbon emissions and greening our transport network .

“Tide may be turning” for UK anaerobic digestion industry, says ADBA

Renewable technology has “bright future” despite recent difficulties, says industry body Global AD and biogas tradeshow strikes positive note after tough years for UK industry The...

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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. Working at...
UTZ Certified said the project simultaneously generates energy, tackles climate change and protects water resources.

A damn fine result: Coffee wastewater energy evaluated

A four-year project to evaluate the generation of energy from coffee wastewater in Latin America has demonstrated a number of benefits: Not only energy...

UK AD pioneer to collaborate with Japanese construction giant

SEaB Energy and others enter commercial discussions with Shimizu following UK-APAC Tech Growth Programme reverse pitch SEaB Energy, the developer of a pioneering anaerobic...

Firm calls for better incentives for on-site renewable energy for food and drink manufacturers

Anaerobic digestion in the food and drink industry is growing eight times slower than in the agriculture sector; millions of tonnes of waste is...

AD experts join forces to give operators greater access to viable feedstocks

Two well-known service providers in the anaerobic digestion sector are joining forces with the aim of delivering greater access to rapid, more accurate testing. AD...

California utility selects thermal hydrolysis systems for biosolids digesters

San Francisco Public Utilities (SFPUC) has selected three Cambi thermal hydrolysis technology systems for new biosolids digester facilities. The technology will allow the SFPUC...

Trade body releases revamped AD industry guide

The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has (on 3 October) released the second edition of The Practical Guide to AD, a key guidance...

Scottish Government’s Mike Berry on AD’s role in Scotland’s circular economy

Ahead of chairing a session at the ADBA Scottish National Conference 2019, Mike Berry, Senior Policy Adviser for the Scottish Government, sets out the...

AD map eases plant location

The UK AD industry now has over 500 operational plants, and following the launch of ADBA's interactive map they’re easier to see and find...

Turnkey AD supplier concludes deal with Welsh food hubs

UTS Biogas Ltd (UTS) has successfully concluded negotiations in order to deliver a turnkey anaerobic digestion solution for Cardiff Food Waste Treatment, a Welsh...

Making the most of the RHI reforms with membrane technology

The first commercial plant to upgrade biogas to biomethane, for injection into the gas grid or for use as a vehicle fuel, used water wash technology, and in 2012, a new solution came onto the market: highly selective membrane technology

AD plant converts waste solvents to biogas, in a UK first

In an apparent first of its kind within the UK, a pharmaceutical manufacturing site in Northumberland has been equipped with an anaerobic digestion (AD)...

POME dome success for biogas digester mixing system in Malaysia

As a growing number of countries move away from lagoon-based systems for the treatment of palm oil mill effluent (POME), pumps and mixers expert...