ADBA wants to ensure we can deliver all the benefits of AD. We work with industry, government, NGOs, media, professional bodies, the public, and our members to promote and develop AD, and to tackle AD issues across the UK. We particularly draw on the expertise of our members to allow us to deal with the latest issues, and anticipate and act on any potential problems or opportunities, before feeding directly into the policy-making process.
Our key areas where we work to support and grow AD include:
Demonstrating AD’s value:
ADBA acts as a resource centre for all information relevant to the industry, ensuring politicians, the public and other key stakeholders understand and recognise the benefits AD can deliver.
ADBA works hard to shape government policy through working groups regularly attended by government agencies, such as the Environmental Agency, WRAP and the Health and Safety Executive, by highlighting issues, feeding into consultation responses, and helping to develop the industry through dialogue with government.
Building the marketplace:
ADBA brings together the AD community, joining the key stakeholders in one association so they can trade, discuss and analyse the latest developments, and develop the practical tools to enable the industry to grow. We run trade shows, conferences and research and development forums, and offer vital industry tools, including AD Guides and Best Practice documents, with our unique experience and authority
ADBA is the vital link between government and the anaerobic digestion and biogas industry. We provide our members with a powerful lobbying voice, along with the support and access to markets needed to develop and grow their businesses in AD. Through our expert team, our diverse membership, and our range of services addressing the political, regulatory, technical and commercial aspects of the industry, ADBA has the ability to shape the AD industry in the UK, and to improve the bottom line of all our members.
Who will benefit from membership of ADBA?
Looking to build an AD plant?
ADBA offers advice on regulations, incentives and project finance, direct project support, finance advice, press support, regular updates on the latest policy and regulatory changes.
About to enter the UK AD market?
You can get direct access to the Who’s Who of the AD industry through our members’ meetings, working groups and AD events. Promote your business through our range of targeted platforms, including our online and printed Members’ Directory, speaking, visiting or exhibiting opportunities at ADBA and other industry events, magazine editorial and advertising, case studies and press releases on our website. In addition, you’ll receive reduced rates to all ADBA events, networking opportunities, information on UK regulations and the latest business opportunities and a first point of contact for any AD questions you might have.
Interested in sending your organic waste to AD?
Receive all the latest AD news, get access to ADBA’s members who provide collection services, appropriate case studies, member-only networking events, and reduced rates to all of ADBA’s events, as well as the chance to join our Feedstock working group to network with collection experts.
Looking for lobbying support?
Get the chance to feed in to ADBA’s consultation responses, liaise with our policy team, take part in any of our 13 working groups, opportunities to attend meetings with civil servants and Ministers, raise and debate key issues at our Members’ Meetings, liaise with key decision makers at member only meetings, and receive all the latest information about regulatory changes.
Looking for targeted sales and marketing opportunities in the AD sector?
Membership will give you access to a range of opportunities, including online and print directory listings, magazine editorial or case studies on the ADBA website, excellent networking opportunities, reduced rates to all ADBA events including UK AD & Biogas 2013 and the ADBA National Conference 2013.
Wanting to know how changes or opportunities in the AD industry could affect your business?
ADBA provides regular fortnightly updates, policy updates and event updates keeping you in the loop on changes that could affect your business. The team is also at the end of the phone to answer any of your AD questions.
Contact us today for more details about membership: email firstname.lastname@example.org