With food and drink businesses looking at treating their food waste in an efficient and sustainable way, reducing their landfill tax, generating their own renewable energy and decarbonising their transport fleets, this year’s UK AD & Biogas, the UK’s largest anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas trade show, will have a focus on AD in the food and drink industry. Free to attend, this two-day event organised by the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) will show food manufacturers, processors, retailers and those in the hospitality sector why it makes financial sense to integrate AD into their business or get their food waste collected separately and sent for treatment through AD, including how to design and implement collection systems that work for their business, valuing their food waste feedstock, managing on-going operations and discussing how to make best use of the outputs from an AD plant.

Food and drink focus at UK AD & Biogas 2013:

  • Conference focus on the business case for AD with content for food & drink businesses
  • Free ‘sending your food waste to AD’ advice clinic
  • Why we need to ban food waste to landfill – Dustin Benton, Senior Policy Adviser, Green Alliance
  • The food & drink industry’s changing approach to food waste – conference session
  • Valuing your food waste – a practical workshop
  • Case studies of food & drink businesses already involved in AD

UK AD & Biogas 2013 will also feature:

  • 240 exhibitors
  • New – free exhibition entry
  • New – AD site visits
  • New – free two day, AD and biogas conference: the largest in the UK
  • Free consultancy Clinics – receive free advice to see whether AD could be viable for you
  • New transport feature area
  • 22 free seminars and workshops
  • UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2013


3-4 July 2013, hall 3A, NEC, Birmingham

Sponsored by Tamar Energy

Find out more and register for free at www.adbiogas.co.uk.

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