Symposium on Bioenergy, Solid Fuels & Catalysis

On 12-14 April 2021, the University of Hull is hosting an international symposium on innovation in Bioenergy, Solid Fuels and Catalysis to enable new collaborative partnerships and we’d be delighted if you could attend. We will focus on challenges facing the sector with the aim of stimulating potential collaborative research and, with that in mind, […]

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Compulsory collection of domestic food waste: implications for AD

Join BioVale for our next AD SIG event: Compulsory collection of domestic food waste – implications for the Anaerobic Digestion Industry Food waste accounts for just 5% of household waste yet is responsible for around 25% of the waste sector’s carbon footprint. The Resources and Waste Strategy for England will require all English local authorities […]

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7th April 2021

The Waterline Student E-book

Marketing Humber have just launched the Waterline Student E-book. The E-book is an interactive resource for students, highlighting various exciting educational and career opportunities that are on offer in the Humber. Students can also learn more about decarbonisation and the Waterline campaign. The E-book will be distributed to schools and colleges in the Humber region […]

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18th February 2021

Platform for insect protein wins international G-BiB competition 2020/2021

In this year’s final of the Global Biobased Businessplan (G-BiB) competition three young  and innovative teams from across Europe competed to be awarded the winner  2020/2021. After nearly half a year of developing their business, taking masterclasses to  improve both their business case and their competences to bringing across their  message, and being individually mentored […]

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18th January 2021

New funding will support Yorkshire businesses to develop anaerobic digestion technologies

Eligible businesses across Yorkshire are being urged to apply for a share of £600k to support their anaerobic digestion (AD) processes. AD turns waste materials into renewable energy and nutrient-rich fertiliser and is seen as a crucial technology to increase the sustainability of industry, reduce carbon emissions and is seen as vital in helping the […]

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