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A meeting on waste recycling for local councils, investors, anaerobic digestion plant operators and stakeholders

A free-of-charge side-event at the World Biogas Expo

 

13:00 to 14:30 BST
Wednesday, 29th March
Venue: NEC Birmingham

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After nearly two years of uncertainty, local authorities across the country are eagerly anticipating the release of the pivotal consistency guidance from Defra, including details of the associated ‘burdens’ funding, allocated to allow the introduction of separate food waste collections. At the top of the food waste treatment hierarchy, AD is the government’s preferred treatment option for this waste stream.

This year’s Local Authority Lunch being staged at the World Biogas Expo on 29th March will explore how local authorities can capitalise on this opportunity to align waste and energy streams. Speakers will include local authority leaders from both ends of the wate management spectrum – including one local authority with an established food waste collection service which delivered fiscal savings, and another which is currently trialling food waste collections.

A spokesman from Defra is expected to speak, alongside a behaviour change expert who has mobilised a community to demand an AD solution.

The guest list is invite-only. Apply for an invitation by filling-in the form below.

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