Garden Route Waste and Biomass Beneficiation Conference – 12 August 2021 from 09:00 till 17:00
Presentations and panel discussions on the state of the Waste and Biomass situation in the Garden Route and possible opportunities for Waste and Biomass beneficiation and minimisation solutions.
Despite the Covid-19 economic implications and other issues, there is a huge interest to develop waste and biomass beneficiation solutions that can benefit not only our region, but also be part of a new drive to go green with a selection of technologies, using both alien invasive plants (AIPs) and general waste as a resource.
Interest was expressed to use AIPs and other waste to either manufacture syngas or ethanol, produce Black Pellets or biochar for agricultural use, generate energy (electricity) for local use and becoming less dependent on Eskom, or many other applications.
The Garden Route District Municipality, the Western Cape Government, the Garden Route Development Partnership and the Climate Neutral Group have partnered to present the Waste and Biomass Beneficiation Conference in August. We are privileged to confirm the services of more than 20 presenters and experts across a wide variety of topics to assist you – as a technology and solution provider – with
access to all the important facts and numbers you will need to build a true business development project that is based on tangible collaboration opportunities in a Waste Beneficiation Cluster or precinct.
THE FOLLOWING BROAD TOPICS WILL BE COVERED:
- The Waste and Biomass situation in the Garden Route and Western Cape
- Completing the value chain — keeping the Cluster sustainable and looking after the environment
- Logistics and infrastructure
- Turning Waste and Biomass into Value
- Finance and Development options
Join us to minimise waste and maximise value –