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Advanced Conversion Technologies to Extract Energy from Waste – AD Rivals?

Advanced Conversion Technologies is the term for technologies such as gasification and pyrolysis. These could become competitors with Anaerobic Digestion. In fact, a number of innovative advanced, high temperature processes for Energy from Waste/ Waste to Energy, are beginning to emerge from the far east. These may become more efficient (after further development), than conventional […]

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What is Renewable Energy and How Does It Work

There is a simple answer to; “What is renewable energy?” It is energy which is self replenishing. Many people would say that it is also sustainable energy, which implies that in accordance with many definitions of sustainability it should be self replenishing within a generation, so that the present generation does not rob energy resources […]

Biowaste Feedstock Availability Set to Rise – EU Parliament Report

There is nothing like an EU target imposed in all member states to produce additional biowaste feedstock supplies, which are the life-blood for anaerobic digestion plant operations. Like it or lump it, and as we know, the UK doesn’t like it and will presumably be out before this comes into force. However, there are new, higher, […]

EPA and USDA Boost For Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas As Major Renewable Energy Source

Support for the implementation of anaerobic digestion from governments is the most important driver for uptake for AD and biogas technology worldwide. Time and again around the world it can be seen that technical experts can win the case for the viability of innovative technologies in utility service provision, and businesses may offer great new technologies which clearly […]

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High Rate Anaerobic Digestion Plant Treats Brocklesby Ltd Effluent Streams

Update to the Original Post published in June 2013 – BioWayste failed as a company in 2014, and was wound-up, but the £2 million High Rate Anaerobic Digestion Plant to Treat Brocklesby Ltd Effluent Streams was completed. We understand that it continues to operate with increasing demand for the fuel it produces. The original Press […]