BSI PAS 110: Producing Quality Anaerobic Digestate (AD)

10th January 2017

The publicly-available specification (PAS) BSI PAS 110 aims to remove the major barrier to the development of AD and its markets for digestion process outputs by creating an industry specification against which producers can verify that they are of consistent quality and fit for purpose.

Key points:
Controls on input materials and the management system for the process of anaerobic digestion and associated technologies
Minimum quality of whole digestate, separated fibre and separated liquor
Information that is required to be supplied to the digestate recipient

Overview

Overview

This PAS was sponsored by WRAP and development was facilitated by BSI Standards Limited and it was published under licence from The British Standards Institution. It came into effect on 31 July 2014. 

The publicly-available specification (PAS) BSI PAS 110 aims to remove the major barrier to the development of AD and its markets for digestion process outputs by creating an industry specification against which producers can verify that they are of consistent quality and fit for purpose.

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