This webinar, recorded on 02 September 2020, explored how small and medium-sized businesses involved in food and drink production and processing can find new income streams, cut costs and improve their green credentials by creating value from food ‘waste’ streams.
Speakers included those who have successfully turned waste into value and from those who can offer funded support to help regional businesses to do the same.
Organised by BioVale and the York and North Yorkshire Enterprise Partnership as part of the Circular Yorkshire Initiative.
00:00 – 00:05 Elspeth Bartlet, Head of Communications, BioVale- Welcome and Introduction
00-05 – 00:15 George May, CCO bio-bean Ltd – Transforming spent coffee grounds into sustainable products
00:15 – 00:25 Helen Shiels, Business development Manager, Biorenewables Development Centre – Examples and opportunities for valorising food manufacturing byproducts
00:25 – 00:35 Steven Ogden, Director Green Gain- The Rebiz Programme – Using funded circular economy support to add value to food waste
00:35 – 00:45 Laura Su, UK Business Director, Swift Comply- Support for the food sector to find value from fats, oil and greases
00:45 – 00:55 Q and A
00:55 to end Katie Thomas, York and North Yorkshire Local Economic Partnership – Co-creating a Circular Yorkshire: the transformation to a carbon-negative, circular region