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2020 Value of Biogas Sponsorship Opportunities Available

The CBA will be hosting two exciting and informative annual conferences in 2020, Value of Biogas West in downtown Vancouver on January 14-15, and Value of Biogas East in Toronto in March. The Value of Biogas West and East are Canada’s Premier Biogas and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Conferences, and the best way to connect with the industry network. Interested in enhancing your company’s biogas expertise to municipal, industrial and agricultural sectors in Canada? Consider any of the sponsorship opportunities available for either or both Value of Biogas conferences.

2020 Value of Biogas Call for Abstracts Now Open!

Do you have a technology, case study or experience related to biogas/RNG development, challenges and opportunities?  We want to hear from you! Submit an abstract for an opportunity to present at Canada’s leading biogas/RNG conferences - the 2020 Value of Biogas West and East conferences. We encourage you to send your submission by September 27 to build on our 2020 Value of Biogas West and East programs.

Anaerobic Digestion Guideline Public Feedback

The CBA is currently obtaining feedback from industry experts to enhance the AD Guideline. A draft copy of the AD Guideline is available to the public and CBA invites your input for consideration. Please submit your technical comments to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by September 11, 2019. All comments will be reviewed, and the CBA will consider and revise the document as appropriate. The CBA intends to finalize the draft in the fall of 2019. The document will be a living document updated as needed to reflect best practices of the sector.

Anaerobic Digestion Guideline Member Input

The CBA has drafted an industry-led Canadian Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Guideline as a best practices document developed to assist stakeholders in deployment of AD facilities that process food and organic waste materials, including agricultural feedstocks. Stakeholders include developers, regulators, organizations or members of the public with specific or general interest in AD facilities. In June the CBA provided members a pre-viewing of the document prior to sharing for public input.

Fertilizer and Supplements Advisory Committee

The CBA is committed to joining a newly formed Fertilizer and Supplements Advisory Committee (FSAC) that works with interested stakeholders in the regulation of fertilizers and fertilizer supplements. In Canada, some larger-scale anaerobic digestion facilities have Fertilizer labels to create a beneficial fertilizer product from digestate. Having an informed exchange with CFIA and other stakeholders on this topic is critical to the growth and development of the biogas sector. If you are interested in participating, please contact Jennifer Green for details.