Biogen has expanded its food waste recycling network through the acquisition of Tamar Energy, one of the largest anaerobic digestion (AD) owners and operators in the UK, for an undisclosed sum. Biogen has expanded its food waste recycling network through … Continue reading →
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The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), the UK’s trade body for AD, has today labelled the proposals in the Environment Agency’s (EA’s) consultation on its Strategic Review of Charges as “unjustified”. The changes proposed in the consultation include significant increases in the … Continue reading →
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Granville Ecopark (pictured), an award-winning enhanced anaerobic digestion (AD) facility based in Northern Ireland, has become the first AD plant in the UK to achieve certification under the recently launched AD Certification Scheme (ADCS). The scheme is an industry-led initiative that … Continue reading →
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Around 500 anaerobic digestion (AD) developments are in the pipeline, to potentially double or triple the size of the sector between 2014 and 2019, a WRAP reports has found, but stresses this level of deployment is highly dependent on the … Continue reading →
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Anaerobic digestion company, Biogen, has been purchased for an undisclosed sum from joint venture shareholders Bedfordia Group and Kier Group. Biogen’s seven anaerobic digestion plants recycle a quarter of a million tonnes of food waste annually from supermarkets, food manufacturers, … Continue reading →
Anaerobic digestion (AD) now generates more energy than the landfill gas sector, according to new figures. The latest figures from the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) reveal that the UK’s 540 AD plants now generate more energy than the … Continue reading →
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