Armidale Biohub Forum

Many regional Councils are struggling with the rising cost of landfill and the need to divert more waste away from landfill. A regional bio hub is a system where councils and private businesses cooperate to recover the highest value from regional waste streams, offering new industry opportunities, revenue generation and bioenergy opportunities.

 

A forum held in Armidale and attended by key regional stakeholders presented some of the opportunities available from the establishment of biohubs throughout the region. A summary of the event together with the presentations can be found below. RDA Northern Inland will now progress a feasibility study to look at the revenue opportunities and conduct an audit of biomass arisings in the region.


DownloadBiohub Forum Agenda (491 KB)




http://www.rdani.org.au/our-region/current-regional-issues/biohubs-collaborative-waste-management.php