Saturday, November 26, 2022

Biomethane Certification Scheme now hosted on Green Gas Trading website

The Biomethane Certification Scheme (BMCS) has been given a makeover throughout the last 12 months and is now hosted on the Green Gas Trading...

Work underway on Severn Trent’s new £20m food waste plant in Spondon

Work is underway on Severn Trent’s new food waste and green gas plant at the company’s site in Spondon, Derby. Severn Trent is investing around...

Winners of AD and Biogas Industry Awards 2020 celebrated

The winners of the 2020 AD and Biogas Industry Awards were announced on 8 October in a virtual Awards Ceremony hosted by the Anaerobic...

Firm claims breakthrough in sustainable diesel production

New technology could displace billions of litres of fossil fuel annually A new technology that converts biogas into a high-grade liquid fuel that can be...

UK and German wood waste bodies partner

The Wood Recyclers’ Association (WRA) has joined forces with its German equivalent BAV in a reciprocal arrangement that will see the two organisations sharing...

Become an insect farmer to turn muck into brass and help save the planet,...

A ‘how-to’ guide on the benefits of becoming an insect farmer was published by Zero Waste Scotland on 14 January. "You won’t need acres of...

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 quality and...
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A different approach to drying

Envirotec spoke to UK distributor REC about the Dryclone air drying system, and about the opportunities that exist to dry bio-waste and sludges at significant cost savings by using waste heat and electricity generated on site .

World Biogas Summit and Expo 2020 to be held online

The World Biogas Summit and Expo will take place online from 6 to 8 October Physical event 2020 is cancelled due to Covid-19...

Engineering contract starts on first plant to produce biofuels from MSW in the US

Infrastructure, energy and waste firm Abengoa has received Notice to Proceed on what will be the first plant that will produce biofuels from Municipal...

SEPA figures show recovering recycling rate in Scotland

Statistics published on 27 September by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) reveal some of the impact of COVID-19 polcies on recycling. The figures...

Landfill sites: not just a load of rubbish, say biotechnology researchers

Cellulose fiber from rice straw viewed with a scanning electron microscope. Landfill sites contain high volumes of cellulose, and lignin, a polymer largely responsible...

Biodiesel resource maximised using DAF treatment system

A new energy plant in Cheshire, which processes waste fats, oils and greases (FOG) for use as biodiesel, will use a WPL Dissolved Air...

Stop perverse climate impact of biomass by radically reforming CO2 accounting rules, says advisory...

Several European countries who are considered leaders in climate protection owe their apparently good emission reductions to biomass. These might turn out to look...

Biogas firm extols the benefits of a part that is ‘more than just a...

A case study from pumps and mixers expert Landia, on how its equipment is supporting the efforts of an innovative AD firm The tagline on...

Biodegradable vs. compostable vs. oxo-degradable plastics: A straightforward explanation

Kevin Ireland of Green Dot Bioplastics, a Kansas-based manufacturer of bioplastics and biocomposites, clarifies some commonly-used - and misunderstood - terms. As consumer demand for...

Doggy bag scheme launches in Inverness

DINERS in Inverness need no longer feel embarrassed to ask for a ‘doggy bag’ for the leftover food they’re not able to finish while...

Diaper waste solution wins global green start-up award

A clean fuel start-up from Kenya has won the latest ClimateLaunchpad, a global green start-up competition. The start-up, Leafy Ke, which converts used diapers...

ENER-G publishes farmers’ guide to the financial benefits of waste energy

Biogas generation specialist ENER-G has published a free guide to help British farmers gain financial benefits from turning farm waste into energy via anaerobic...

Mixing food waste and sewage: Key debate earmarked by organisers of Global Biogas Expo

Ofwat’s kickstart to the burgeoning £780M bioresources market promises to make an important conference session about combining sewage sludge and food waste a must-visit...