25 March 2019
The BioBoost partnership has published a document that gives an insight into the three regions involved in their project: Flanders region around Roeselare (Belgium), Westland region (Netherlands) and Lea Valley (UK) with additional reference to Kent. The inventory considers the meaning of a circular and bio-economy for horticulture and describes these key regions, its main crops, by-products and waste streams from the horticultural industry.
The aim of the inventory is to provide a joint basis for the partnership to shape effective actions and stimulate a more circular bio-economy for horticulture; initially in these regions, but ultimately across the country more widely. The inventory serves as input for strategies and approaches that will be developed later in the project. The inventory should also be interesting for anyone with an interest in the horticultural industry.