The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association
A practising lawyer for 10 years, Charlotte Morton studied for her MBA at London Business School. Joining ADBA in 2009, she saw the industry’s huge potential and value to the UK. Responding to the Paris Climate Change targets and UN SDGs, Charlotte played a pivotal role in establishing the World Biogas Association to further the uptake of biogas globally. Charlotte is on the board of Green Gas Trading Ltd, which runs the Biomethane
The need for separate food waste collections
As many as half of all households in England still do not have separate collections for their inedible food waste. As has been shown in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, separate food waste collections have been shown to reduce levels of food waste and increase recycling rates, and also importantly allow inedible food waste to be recycled through anaerobic digestion into renewable heat and power, clean transport fuel, and nutrient-rich biofertiliser. Charlotte will set out the benefits of separately collecting and recycling inedible food waste and examine how the targets in the new Circular Economy Package for separate biowaste collections by December 2023 can be implemented as cost-effectively as possible.
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