Scotland amends AD and composting rules

SEPA has launched a consultation on its first guidance for food waste management and revised end-of-waste criteria for compost and anaerobic digestate

Scotland has released its first guidance for the food waste supply chain. Photograph: Photka/123RFScotland is revising its end-of waste criteria for anaerobic digestate and compost and introducing new duties for food waste producers.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) opened a consultation on 18 May on new food waste industry guidance and tighter end-of-waste criteria for compost and anaerobic digestate used in agricultural spreading. It closes on 29 June.

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