Stopford’s Director of Research and Environment, Dr. Ben Herbert, was invited to present at this year’s RRfW Conference in Leeds on the 1st December. Presented was Stopford and Lancaster University’s AVAnD (Adding Value to Ash and Digestate) project – developing a suite of novel land conditioners and plant fertilisers from the waste streams of biomass energy generation.
This project aims to radically change the way in which biomass energy producers can support a circular economy. This will be achieved through utilising bio-energy waste streams to develop soil conditioners and plant fertilisers, facilitating new ways to mesh commercial ideas with positive environmental benefits.
For more information about the conference and to view our presentation click here.