Workshop: The production and use as biofertiliser of digestate derived from source segregated organic waste
A joint Bioenergy Association New Zealand and Bioenergy Australia virtual workshop
If you are considering processing source separated organic waste into a biofertiliser, or are a regulator, you should participate in the workshop to assist establish a best practice guide for New Zealand and Australia.
Anaerobic digestion of source segregated residual organic waste is gaining substantial interest around the world due to its indisputable economic and socio-environmental benefits; these being the production of renewable energy and high grade fertiliser, reduction of the amount of waste disposed at landfills and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Anaerobic digestion converts organic waste material into two economically beneficial products, i.e. biogas and digestate.
If digestate is derived from appropriate source segregated feedstocks and processed under continuously controlled conditions it can be sold as a high quality fertiliser called biofertiliser.
The Bioenergy Association has been developing a Technical Guide based on the UK BSI PAS110 which sets out an approach which leads to production and sale of certified biofertiliser. This Technical Guide (TG8) takes the best of PAS 110 and puts it into a New Zealand context. The ultimate goal is to provide incentives for further investment in anaerobic digestion applications for processing of source-segregated organic waste in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific, by improving the awareness of the monetary, social and environmental benefits this technology offers for the treatment of organic waste.
As an outcome of the workshop Bioenergy Association will finalise and publish the Technical Guide.
- The production and use as biofertiliser of digestate derived from source segregated organic waste (draft Technical Guide 8
- Anaerobic digestate quality protocol
- Biofertiliser Certification Scheme
- Nina Sweet's previous presentation
- Workshop Programme as at 30 November 2020
You must be registered in order to connect to the GoToMeeting system.
Cost: (you will receive your workshop link once payment has cleared)
- $60 plus GST each, for paid up members of the Bioenergy Association, Bioenergy Australia, or WasteMINZ.
- $100 plus GST each, for members with outstanding membership fees
- $100 plus GST each, for non members
Note: A $4 service fee applies for each payment made by credit card.
Registration form: (please complete all sections)
Attendee booklet : (your profile can be upto 200 words max.)
We will be putting together an Attendees Booklet with Speaker and Attendee profiles. The profiles are a form of free advertising and are a promotional opportunity for yourself and your organisation. Email Anne by 10:00AM on Wednesday 2 December please with the following information if you want your details included in the booklet:
- Full name
- Emaill address
- Telephone numbers (if you wish)
- An outline of your activities/interests in relation to waste-to-energy
- What you are interested in finding out at the workshop.
Making payment: (please use your name as the reference)
- Credit card - we can accept most major credit cards. Please email us or give Anne a call on +64 (0)21 223 2452 with details.
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