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Advocating for the continuous development of renewables in the transport sector.

We believe that waste-based biodiesel is the best possible fuel to reduce carbon emissions in the transport sector today, and together with our members, we intend to showcase the sector’s importance in the media. Read more about EWABA’s press coverage and future events, and find out useful information on policy and market updates through our blog and podcast series.

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Making an Impact Today

Dr Dave Slade introduces the integrated energy management (IEM) approach, in which fleets consider all available transportation energy sources and adopt any and all options that meet their needs today and tomorrow. Renewable fuels like waste-derived biodiesel are available today and offer significantly lower GHG emissions than petroleum diesel, and can be used today with existing engines.

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Biofuels International Conference & Expo

19-20 October 2021

The Biofuels International conference & expo will focus on the latest developments in biofuels policy, trading, sustainability, solutions for first generation producers advanced biofuels and information on feedstock pricing and trends.

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Ewaba expects higher waste-feedstock demand

Argus speaks with Leonidas Kanonis

Argus spoke with Leonidas Kanonis, Ewaba's communications director, to discuss the development of the waste feedstocks market.

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The squabble over waste-based biofuels

Article from Melanie Williams Consulting

We have to decarbonise all forms of transport to reach net zero, but what happens when there aren’t enough low carbon fuels to go round? 

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Waste to Fuels

The Benefits of waste-based biofuels

Waste-based biofuel offers significantly lower carbon dioxide & greenhouse gas emissions.

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