After submitting a proposal to the SBRI phosphate proposal EcoideaM failed to gain an award for a new system for the management of anaerobic digestate. This new approach to digestate management would recover phosphorous in both dry and wet fertilizer forms as well as recovering nitrogen, clean water and volatile fatty acids. Efforts continue to find funding for research and development of this system.
John Ferguson provided a presentation (supported by the Scottish Hydrogen Fuel Association – Thanks Nigel Holmes!) on the evolution and… Read more… →
Work commences on a small research project with Dundee University Centre for Concrete Technology on a new concept for plasterboard… Read more… →
A unanimous decision in favour of the Binn Eco Park 4 turbine Wind Farm wind farm was granted by Perth… Read more… →
Early discussions held with the James Hutton Institute on establishing a new Scottish research based Technosols Facility to research the… Read more… →