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Anaerobic digestion - long promised, about to deliver?. Andy Bull. Energy World November 2008, P. 18

Anaerobic digestion (AD) has a well-established UK track record in the waste water treatment industry but has largely failed to find a significant place in the wider energy generation scene. The major inhibition to growth thus fas has almost certainly been economic - it just hasn't paid to run AD plants. However, the introduction of double ROCs, the hike in landfill taxes, the pressure to divert bio-degradable waste away from landfill and the general increase in energy costs has seen the change in the sums and the growth in interest.

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