Innovative waste disposal options

26 Jun 2015

Innovative waste disposal options

Venue

Hospitalfield House, Arbroath, Angus, DD11 2NH

The Scottish Biofuel Programme is happy to host the June meeting of the Interface Food & Drink Fruit Common Interest Group (CIG)

 We invite you to our event exploring the opportunity for fruit growers and processors to convert their biological waste or by-products into bioenergy or other valuable commodities, addressing a waste disposal problem whilst producing an additional source of income or off-setting energy costs.

Companies can gain a competitive edge by generating new revenue streams, reducing costs, meeting environmental goals and cost-effectively complying with legislation.

 Date: 26th June

Venue: Hopitalfield House, Arbroath

Agenda

10.00 - 10.30 Registration and coffee

10.30 -10.45 ABE fermentation solution for fruit industry waste and losses- Dr. Julie Hawkins, Biofuel Research Centre

10.45 -11.00 Anaerobic Digestion solutions for fruit industry waste and losses- Dr. Joseph Akunna, Abertay University

11.00 -11:15 On-site MicroAD opportunities and challenges – Siomon Glen, Zebek

11.15- 11.30 Valorisation of Fruit Waste - Matthew Pauley, Heriot-Watt University

11.30-11.45 Waste water treatment for fruit processors - Dr Davide Dionisi, University of Aberdeen

11.45-12.00 Q&A

 12:00-13:00 Lunch and Networking

We can help you get started with Biofuels

Call us on 0131 455 2217 or email us at biofuels@napier.ac.uk