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Issue 5 FebruAry 2011


A gamble you can’t afford to take


has become paramount. Looking to spell out where the risks lie specifically in relation to an AD plant, ADBA is working with organisations including EU Skills, HSE, CIWM and WAMITAB to help create clear guidance and address the need for AD-specific training without over-regulation.


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Working groups provide direction


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ollowing recent explosions at three German AD plants and one death at a UK plant, staff safety


AD&BioGAS NEWS Inside this issue >


THE UK TrADE ASSoCIATIon for THE AnAEroBIC DIGESTIon AnD BIoGAS InDUSTrIES


Best practice and due diligence schemes continue apace


ADBA Conference review


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All change for the electricity market?


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ADBA Show generates HUGE orders!


page 19 > 2011: The year of AD reform


into. not only should this document agree a delivery plan for achieving the Coalition Government’s commitment to a “huge increase” in AD, importantly, it will also look at what barriers exist and how these can be broken down.


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■ Managing Director ■ finance Director ■ Sales/Business Development ■ operations/Technical ■ Marketing Manager ✔ CirCUlAtioN liSt


he most important development in AD policy is the work being done to create Defra’s AD framework Document, which ADBA’s Chief Executive Charlotte Morton and Working Groups are feeding


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