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Waste carpet a ‘serious material resource’ as diversion rates rise + MORE

Here is our first roundup of anaerobic digestion news. The idea is to give our readers the best Anaerobic Digestion News page around. Let us know if you have a source which has an Feed, which we should add. Keep up to date with developments in our industry. Follow any of our links to the source and read the full article! Enjoy!

National Centre for Bio-Renewable Energy (NNFCC) studies onsite AD performance: sites for Muckbuster™
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UK`s National Centre for Bio-Renewable Energy, Fuels and Materials (NNFCC), has a clear […]

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New Energy Secretary reconfirms Govt’s clean energy commitment
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He must drop solar appeal and support clean energy

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Biofuels could add £2bn to the price of petrol
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New research shows biofuels hit drivers, business and the poor

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What a waste for anaerobic digestion
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How to Start a Biogas Business with Massive Growth Potential
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New eBook for 2012! There are many types of biogas plants, from the type that produce methane from sewage in buried (and covered) chambers and which serve individual houses, to the type that are more commonly built in the industrialized nations and are much larger. These commercially run anaerobic digestion plants often process all the organic wastes from large farms, and also in this category are the many municipal waste fed anaerobic digestion plants accepting food wastes at a community scale…

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We?ve come a long way
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The view from WRAP

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Energy from Waste – Micro Anaerobic Digestion Enables Greater Choice for Waste Producers
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How often does a disruptive technology arrive in the waste management market place?
We […]

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850-acre Virginina farm discovers sustainable paydirt
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Bunny Brundred met  Jim Murray during World War II  where she trained in the service as an aviation mechanic and attended Officer Candidate School. They married soon after they were discharged. In 1953, James and Jean “Bunny” Murray left  New York, and purchased a group of adjoining farms in central Virginia which they named Panorama Farm for its beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains…

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Blog: Livia Firth and the green carpet
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The eco-queen and her Green Carpet Challenge

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Rainier Biogas Digester to Use AD Plant Product as a Cow Bedding
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We were pleased to hear about the Rainier Biogas Digester, in an article by Greg Martin as part of the US based, Harvest Clean Energy Report. So much so that we have a quotation from that article here. Our interest was mostly in the final paragrphs though, and the notion that the fibrous digestate would be used as a cow bedding…

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Reader’s digest
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Marcel Goemans urges those involved in promoting energy from waste via anaerobic digestion to study lessons from other countries and industries.

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Blog: Oh, what a night. Celebrating green business
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Green gongs all round

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First U.S. biodigester produces renewable energy at UW-Oshkosh
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The first anaerobic dry fermentation biodigester in the western hemisphere is up and running at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. The alternative power system has been producing clean, renewable electricity from plant and food waste to supply electricity and heat for the university campus since Oct…

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Georgia develops food hubs to strengthen local farms
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Although agriculture is Georgia’s largest economic sector, ironically 80 percent of the food that the state buys is from out-of-state.
The Georgia Sustainable Agriculture Consortium wants to bring local food back to Georgia.  Within in the next five years,  the state wants to create  two food hubs to shift agriculture back to local markets by making it easier for farmers to sell their produce locally  or regionally…

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Energy from Waste conference – leading industry event provides dynamic vision of waste to energy into the future.
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This year’s Energy from Waste conference addresses the key challenges facing the industry and provides some exciting visions of where waste to energy might develop – as part of regeneration, heat delivery for new industry, electricity and fuel for industry, transport and aviation.

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Waste carpet a ‘serious material resource’ as diversion rates rise
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Waste carpet is emerging as a serious raw material resource according to latest figures
that show 66,000 tonnes were diverted from landfill last year.

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Industry leaders hit out at plans to increase packaging targets
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A government consultation to adopt higher packaging recycling targets has been criticised by a leading industry body, who believes the move will burden “an already struggling sector”.

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Winter Sale Offer: 70% Off the “Introduction to Waste Technologies” eBook
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Yes! This week only, I am offering my recently updated “Introduction to Waste Technologies” eBook at this amazing low price! But hurry! This offer is ONLY available to visitors to my Anaerobic Digestion Blog, and to my loyal Anaerobic Digestion News subscribers receiving this in email form. Don’t leave this page without giving this your full attention! It may not be here when you come back, and I don’t want to disappoint you…

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EU awards £8m to Wales for landfill diversion drive
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Wales has received a £8m funding boost from the EU to reduce and recycle waste
across two of its southwest counties.

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British Gas to convert food to gas and claim subsidy
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British Gas is to build a food-to-gas plant on an old landfill site. The firm has signed a deal with Bio Group that will see the plant operational in April 2012 and claim subsidies under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

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Blog: Supporter of the week: John Crocker, organic grower
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Free range in Aberystwyth

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