Yorkshire food manufacturing could be improved by harnessing waste
Researchers have found that 300,000 tonnes of food manufacturing waste is discarded in Yorkshire and the Humber each year, much of which could be used to contribute to the sustainable
MOU between BioVale and Norwegian biocluster, Heidner
We have signed a memorandum of understanding with our Norwegian counterpart, the Heidner biocluster.
Funding boost announced for the region’s bioeconomy
BioVale is a partner in a new, £5 million project to develop the bioeconomy across Yorkshire, the Humber and Tees Valley- led by the University of York.
Job opportunity: BioVale Chief Executive Officer
With the retirement of our current CEO, Maggie Smallwood, we are seeking a new CEO to lead the BioVale executive team.
Amur: benefits of BioVale membership
To highlight the opportunities our membership offers we have made a series of short films. The latest film showcases anaerobic digestion business Amur based in North Yorkshire.