The fast track to profitable anaerobic digestion of waste materials and by-products

23 March 2011

The Anaerobic Digestion Development Centre (ADDC) is an open access asset based facility operated by the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI). It is designed to help organisations of all sizes to develop tailored anaerobic digestion processes that solve organic waste problems quickly and cost effectively. The ADDC can explore alternatives to traditional waste disposal to create cleaner, more sustainable and more acceptable anaerobic digestion processes.

The objective of the ADDC is to provide the facilities and expertise to enable both the public and private sectors to lead and compete in world markets. In particular, the ADDC can help clients to:

Reduce cost, reduce waste.
Develop robust anaerobic digestion biogas processes and compliant digestate by-products to reduce waste and produce goods more sustainably and cost effectively.

•Be first to market
Use the ADDC facilities and expertise to fast-track anaerobic digestion processes and products into novel, full-scale production capabilities.

Reduce risk
Use the ADDC facilities and expertise to fast-track anaerobic digestion processes and products into novel, full-scale production capabilities.

Access services under one roof
Take advantage of the ADDC's comprehensive suite of services from a single location at CPI's North East England head quarters.

•Develop and test novel AD technology
Innovate your AD technology by incorporating it into the ADDC's flexible configuration. Technology can then be tested, refined and perfected, before being released to the market.

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