SEPA have issued a position statement on the use of crop residues in small AD plants which accept less than 100 tonnes of waste per day. The position covers misshapen and bruised produce separated on farms or pack-houses as well as trimmings removed on-farm or in pack houses in preparation for sale.
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In an ongoing effort to bring additional value to our members and enable their success, we have a range of specially negotiated discounts on business products and services with a selected range of partnerships.
Manchester - Wednesday 12th April 2017, 10:00 - 16:00.
Is your PAS110 training up to date?
Organics Recycling Group is running a training course focused on the requirements of PAS 110, the AD Quality Protocol and the Biofertiliser Certification Scheme (BCS) Rules requirements. The course is targeted at the AD operator’s personnel who are involved in the implementation, establishment, maintenance and improvement of the quality management system. In addition, the course is also open to consultants who are assisting or interested in assisting operators to become certified under the BCS Scheme.
The course content includes:
Intro, drivers, end of waste, importance of fit for purpose, intro to AD Quality Protocol.
The principles of PAS 110
Baseline minimum and customer requirements
Quality management systems
Dealing with non-conforming batches
Hazard recognition and minimisation, setting critical control points and critical limits
Input materials and pasteurisation requirements
Sampling and lab analysis
What to do in the event of test failures
AD quality protocol
Storage, Labelling and dispatch
How the biofertiliser certification scheme works
BCS scheme rules
REA Members - £195 + VAT Non REA/REAL Members - £250 + VAT
Book your place HERE For any clarification on the technical content of the course, please contact Jenny Grant