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Anaerobic Digestion 586

Boost to UK AD sector with over 500 plants set for development Subscription Required

24 April 2015 | By Rob Preston

Rapid expansion in AD industry sees 204 plants initiated in past year

Queens award for enterprise

Company Shop gets Royal approval Subscription Required

21 April 2015 | By

Community company tackling retail food waste wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Karmenu Vella on Vieuws

EU food waste strategy 'still on the table' Subscription Required

16 April 2015 | By

Environment commissioner Karmenu Vella says policy will target avoidance and reduction of food waste

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Ramsey Heights fire

Firefighters use breathing gear to tackle compost recycling fire Subscription Required

13 April 2015 | By Corin Williams

6,000 tonnes of organic waste material set alight in Cambridgeshire while separate recycled wood blaze tackled in Lancashire

Extending vehicle life Subscription Required

Biffa Municipal has handed over four of its waste collection vehicles to Refuse Vehicle Solutions to be remanufactured.

E- series Volvo excavators

Choose excavator mode Subscription Required

Penfold Verrall, of Dial Post near Horsham, West Sussex, has pur­chased three E- series Volvo excavators for the first time.

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Biffa Poplars AD

Odour management is key to proving worth of AD plants Subscription Required

Dr John Casey explains how Biffa’s flagship anaerobic digestion facility is demonstrating ‘best in class’ with an odour management plan – a first for the sector

Pollution incidents on the rise Subscription Required

While anaerobic digestion capacity and food waste collections have increased markedly in recent years, there is still great potential to extract and treat food from our waste streams.

Anaerobic Digestion 586

Sector bursts with ideas on boosting bioresources Subscription Required

While anaerobic digestion capacity and food waste collections have increased markedly in recent years, there is still great potential to extract and treat food from our waste streams.

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