Environment Platform Wales are hosting a webinar focused on the Interreg North West Europe project 'BioWILL' led by the University of Limerick and also involving Bangor University as well as partners from Belgium and France. Registration for the webinar is through this link.
The BioWILL project, which is now in its final year, is seeking to develop a biorefinery that will use processed willow to produce pharmaceutical compounds, renewable energy in the form of methane, natural fertiliser and food packaging material.
The project is supported by Interreg North West Europe funding and involves ten partners from Ireland, Wales, Belgium and France. The project aims to bring benefit to SMEs through the creation of a competitive bio economy across north-west Europe.