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Realising the potential of anaerobic digestion

Start Date:28 Jun 11 

The aim of the conference is to explore key issues concerning the future of anaerobic digestion in the context of the government's objectives, the country's need, the water sector's capacity, the waste sector's interests and in particular to explore with regulators and what can be done to remove the barriers to co-digestion.

The conference objectives include:
• The new paradigm: what does a really ambitious vision for anaerobic digestion in the context of the water, waste and energy sectors look like?
• To understand the government's position and policy context of their work – DEFRA (but also covering DECC's work)
• To understand a waste perspective on AD and co-digestion
• To understand the Ofwat position on anaerobic digestion and energy generation and their position on co-digestion
• To understand a water industry view on the future of anaerobic digestion (improvements in performance from new technologies) and in particular the issues with co-digestion
• To understand what co-digestion involves in practice – what happens when this is
• Anaerobic digestion and co-digestion: barriers and incentives – next steps

The full schedule and booking form are available to download.

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