Turning food waste into money
What revenue is luring in your biomass?
A symposium at the Monash Food Incubator on 19 July is presenting the latest science, research and technology to help companies develop a food waste program with a focus on biomass valorisation. This will introduce options and approaches to maximise potential revenue in your biomass.
Keynote speakers include:
- Steven Lapidge, Chair, Fight Food Waste CRC — Transforming wasted resources
- John Warner, Co-founder of Green Chemistry, Warner-Babcock Institute, USA — An international perspective on green chemistry in the food industry
- Harry Bitter, Wageningen University, The Netherlands — Feeding a bio-based economy
- Tony Patti, Monash University — Creating health & wealth from rejected food resources
- Genevieve Bateman, GM Sustainability, FIAL — The National Food Waste strategy & FIAL funding opportunities
- What is biomass valorisation?
- The Fight Food Waste CRC plan
- Creating wealth from rejected food resources
- The National Food Waste Strategy
- Research funding opportunities
When: Thursday, 19 July 2018, 8 am to 12.30 pm
Where: Monash Food Incubator, Level 4, 13 Rainforest Walk, Monash University, Clayton 3800
More information: www.foodinnovationcentre.com.au/events
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