There's no Net Zero without Biogas AD: ending waste, delivering the circular economy, tackling the climate crisis.
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Climate Emergency Declaration: Biogas Can Abate 12% of GHG Emissions by 2030

Climate Emergency Declaration by governments and communities is of little or no use unless it results in an action plan, so the Biogas and Climate Change Commitment Declaration must be unique. In this a group of highly respected organisations has declared that, used to its fullest, anaerobic digestion and biogas can abate 12% of global […]

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Green Biogas – UK Green Investment Bank Backing Is Proof

We have said many times that the anaerobic digestion process makes green biogas, but where is the proof of that? We say that not only is it green in the sense of it being an environmentally friendly form of energy and fertilizer production, but it also has many other “green” environmental benefits. That green biogas […]

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Biogas from Fish Waste – VIBES Award for Waste Salmon AD Plant

Producing biogas from fish waste might not seem like a big deal to mainlanders, but it truly is a big deal on an island with a lot of salmon farms. The alternative of placing this waste in a landfill would go against all Scottish, UK and EU policy at a time when climate change and […]

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Shale Gas in the UK: Not Needed Just Move Funding to Biogas Production

Shale Gas in UK is halted! But, it’s not a problem! Why? The UK government has been subsidizing Shale Gas in the UK with massive tax breaks on investment in the idea. But now, due to unexpected earthquake activity directly initiated deep underground wherever there have been fracking experiments; all exploration has been stopped indefinitely. […]

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UK Anaerobic Digestion Plants Exceed 100 And Hit Trouble: Looking Back

Looking back at our March 2013 article when UK Anaerobic Digestion Plants exceeded 100 and we thought they were hitting trouble, by causing environmental problems. With hindsight, (in November 2019) we can see that we were wrong. Yes, of course there have been teething problems with new biogas plant owners. Some started out, not appreciating […]

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Climate Change Emergency UK – ADBA’s General Election Manifesto for Net Zero Emissions

Solving the Climate Change Emergency UK will require urgent action after the new parliament returns. ADBA (the UK’s Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association)  has the technology to act quickly on this, so here are ADBA’s General Election Manifesto measures which could help the UK achieve Net Zero Emissions. Whether you agree that the UK is […]

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