Evaluating the potential for anaerobic digestion to providing energy and soil amendment
25th March 2009
What was the event?
The workshop provided an opportunity to exchange and gain information on all stages of the anaerobic digestion process and brought to light the potential for the use in rural and other communities; thereby focusing on the benefits of waste management, energy and soil amendment production.
A series of presentations in the morning was followed by smaller workshop group discussions in the afternoon.
Workshop flier (PDF-169K)
- Anaerobic digestion promotion, quality control and standards (PDF-787K)
- Biogas technology - successful projects in Asia and Africa (PDF-1878K)
Dr David Fulford
- Energy from biogas (PDF-872K)
- Optimising anaerobic digestion (PDF-1080K)
- Power to the parish - treating waste naturally (PDF-1167K)
- South Shropshire biowaste digester (PDF-3227K)
Who was the event suitable for?
The workshop was of interest to delegates from a wide ranging background, including academics interested in energy policy, waste management and soil sciences, rural and farming businesses, waste management companies, energy providers, environmental decision-makers and regulators, food supply representatives.
Where did the event take place?
University of Reading
For further information please contact:
Rural Research and Strategy Partnership
c/o Forest Research
Alice Holt Research Station
Tel: 01420 22255