Atlantic Biorefinery Conference takes over Fredericton says Canadian Biomass Magazine
Now in its 6th year, the annual Biorefinery Conference opens its doors to the biggest group of attendees yet on June 7th, with two different hands-on technology tours. Companies visited included The Huntsman Marine Science Centre, Cooke Aquaculture Salmon Farm, Envriem Organics, Forest Protection Limited and ADI Systems R&D Centre.
June 8 and 9 will follow with a full program of speakers from across Canada and Europe, focusing on new biorefining projects which transform Canada's (and the world's) natural resources into value-added products and business opportunities.
Biorefining encomapsses technologies that take natural materials and waste and convert them into high value products like building materials and biofuels foe example.
Read the full Canadian Biomass Magazine article.