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Charlotte Morton is chief executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA)

The next five years: AD and food waste policy

Food waste policy will shape the future of the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry because 60% of the industry's potential comes from food waste, argues ADBA chief executive Charlotte Morton. Here, she unpicks this issue.

London investment fund seeks to rescue ailing waste projects

Waste projects that are in danger of being shelved due to a lack of funding will be targeted under a new scheme that aims to safeguard their future.

National trials set to boost markets for AD digestate

New markets for the use of digestate in the landscape and regeneration sectors are to be explored under a series of trials funded by WRAP.

ADBA chairman Lord Redesdale will officially launch the service today

ADBA launches free service for farmers

The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) is today launching a free consultancy service for farmers and landowners to advise on the viability of Anaerobic Digestion (AD).

A Scottish brewery is one of three businesses to benefit from biomass

Scottish businesses look to invest in biomass power

A Scottish brewery, dairy farm and ice cream manufacturer are all set to benefit from anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities that will provide heat and power for their operations.

Labour leader Ed Miliband at the opening of one of PDM's ReFood plants

PDM invests millions to extend network of AD food waste plants

Food waste recycler PDM is to invest £40m in developing its network of ReFood anaerobic digestion (AD) plants this year, building two new facilities in Widnes and East London.

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