Net Zero Week: Biogenic CO2 Quality & Safety


Anaerobic digestion – or AD – is rapidly becoming recognised as a key method to reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions through both storage and use. Considered a highly important gas in manufacturing, particularly across the food production chain, CO2 holds the unusual reputation of being perceived as both a threat and a commodity.

Marking the launch of the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA)’s fourth Biogas Insights pamphlet ‘Biogenic CO2 from Anaerobic Digestion’, the organisation held a webinar with the aim of examining fossil versus natural carbon cycles, their impact on global warming and the role of AD in producing carbon-neutral, biogenic CO2 as an alternative to environmentally harmful fossil CO2.

ADBA’s webinar also coincides with Net Zero Week – the UK’s national awareness week that aims to increase knowledge associated with using new measures, innovative solutions and government policies to help the country hit its Net Zero targets.

One key component of ensuring that biogenic CO2 is adopted across industry is ensuring its safety – not only to protect from contamination, but also to advance the adoption of biogenic CO2 and alternative feedstocks.

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