Established in 2009, the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) represents the UK anaerobic digestion and bioresources industry – over 300 organisations spanning operators, equipment suppliers, waste management companies, gas distribution networks and more.
By promoting the use of AD to extract value out of organic wastes such as food waste, sewage, animal manures and slurries, the organisation aims to help fulfil the potential of AD technologies to reduce the UK’s total greenhouse gas emissions by at least 6%.
Joining gasworld for day ten of our 12 Days of Content series, Chris Huhne, Chairman of ADBA, discussed all things biogas, including its ability to increase energy security and decrease reliance on Russian gas.
gasworld (GW): Thank you for taking the time to talk to us today, please could you tell us more about what kind of year it’s been for ADBA?
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