Minimising the environmental impact of AD digestate on farmland

Biorenewables Development Centre, 7 Hassacarr Close, Dunnington, York, YO195SN.

Tuesday 6th Nov 2018, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Digestate from anaerobic digestion (AD) is a valuable fertiliser for crops but can also represent a pollution hazard to both soil and the air. This free workshop organised by BioVale will consider the issue from the viewpoint of both policy makers and farmers and showcase some new technologies (ammonia extraction and ammonia emission reduction) that might provide a solution for farmers as well as new value streams for AD operators. The event is followed by an optional networking lunch. 

Click HERE for further details and how to register. 

BioVale is an initiative to develop and promote Yorkshire and the Humber as an innovation cluster for the bioeconomy. It aims to establish the region as an international centre for bio-based research and development, stimulating sustainable economic growth and encouraging inward investment. BioVale also acts as a gateway to bioeconomy projects and businesses throughout the UK and internationally.  BioVale is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund Programme and the Higher Education Funding Council for England. See for more info.

Published: 31/201/2018

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