Join our workshop to discuss the advancement of bio-based products and processes in the UK market, 9th April, York.

The Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC), BioVale and Minerva Communications are hosting an upcoming workshop focused on the advancement of bio-based products and processes in the UK market, contributing to a national drive to collect and collate view on challenges and opportunities facing the bio-based sector.

The workshop will be hosted by the BDC, BioVale and Minerva Communications UK on 9th April 2019 at the BDC, in Dunnington, York.

Minerva, as the UK partner for the EU funded H2020 project BIOVOICES, is working towards identifying and overcoming key challenges currently hindering the uptake of bio-based products across Europe. Through a series of Mobilisation and Mutual Learning events, Minerva is promoting dialogue to identify and address the key challenges relevant to the UK market.

The aim of this event is to identify these challenges and work towards overcoming them to advance the bio-based economy within the UK.

This event, one of four regional UK events, will focus on waste valorisation, which is driving a wide range of bio-based areas and the production of bio-based products, with the aim to identify key challenges and work through a combined effort to agree ways to progress the UK bio-based industry through discussions with key figures from each of the identified stakeholder; Civil Society, Business and Innovation, Research and Education and Public Administration.

If you are interested in attending, please email emma.needham@biovale.org with your details and we will get in touch with a full agenda. The workshop will also include a tour of the BDC.

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