BioVale promotes and develops the bioeconomy across Yorkshire and the Humber
The world is shifting away from fossil fuel dependency towards a bioeconomy which uses renewable, biological resources. BioVale promotes Yorkshire and the Humber as a thriving centre of successful innovation for the bioeconomy and helps regional enterprise profit from the valuable business opportunities in this high growth sector. Read more.
BioVale held a pre-conference workshop at EFIB2016 around the opportunities and barriers to the use of urban organic waste and agricultural by-products as feedstocks for bio-based products. The outcomes will form the basis of a brief for policymakers. If you would like to contribute to the evidence gathering behind this brief, please contact us.
Agrimax, a new EU-funded project for growth in the circular bioeconomy
AgriMax is a major new EU project that will develop improved biorefinery processes to extract valuable compounds from agricultural and food processing wastes.