In the Press: CircBioCityWaste Project
Last week, a new circular economy project, CircBioCityWaste was announced. Munster Technological University has joined forces with the University of Limerick, Technological University Dublin, clean technology company BHSL and the Circular Bioeconomy Cluster South-West on a first-of-a-kind project to transform urban biological wastes such as municipal sludge, dairy processing sludge and black bin waste into sustainable bio-based fertilizers and biochemicals for agriculture, food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical sectors.
There was significant amount of media coverage of the announcement last week across newspapers in Kerry and Ireland, including: That’s Farming, Kerry’s Eye, The Kerryman, Agriland and Farmer’s Journal.
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In addition, project leader, Dr. Gaurav Rajauria and BHSL non-exec director, MJ Kearney spoke with Sari Houlihan, the host of Agritime on Kerry Radio last week, discussing the project, the benefits and what they are hoping to achieve in the future. If you would like to listen to the full interview, click here and scroll to time stamp 24:30.
Stay tuned for more updates about the project.