Ambitious AD plans unveiled

Darby, Megan
August 2012
Utility Week;8/31/2012, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the planned use of advanced anaerobic digestion (AD) technology by Northumbrian Water to improve biogas production and grid injection processes.


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