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$22 million in new biofutures projects set to start in Queensland

Six new bio projects collectively valued at more than $22 million will soon be delivered in Queensland, with the first grants announced from the Palaszczuk Government’s $5 million Queensland Waste to Biofutures Fund (https://www.dsdmip.qld.gov.au/industry/priority-industries/biofutures/queensland-waste-to-biofutures-fund.html ) (W2B Fund). Minister for State Development Cameron Dick said $1.9 million has been awarded to six businesses and universities innovating …

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$22 million in new biofutures projects set to start in QLD

November 14, 2019 by Waste Management Review Six new bio projects collectively valued at more than $22 million will soon be delivered in Queensland, with the rst grants announced from the state government’s $5 million Queensland Waste to Biofutures Fund (W2B Fund). The Waste to Biofutures Fund o􀀁ers grants from $50,000 to $1 million to …

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Converting industrial waste to valuable products has big benefits

Project dates: 01/01/2017 – 31/12/2021 Why it matters Excessive industrial waste is a global problem affecting our economy, society and environment. Australian agricultural, sewage and industrial hydrocarbon industries generate a signicant amount of waste by-products, including sugarcane waste, biosolids, asphalt residue, end-of-life plastics and tyres . Generally, this waste is not easily biodegradable and has …

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