Towards a circular agro-food industry | Brussels, Belgium

04 April 2019
Location: 
Thon Hotel EU, rue de la Loi 75, Brussels

New opportunities for the uptake of circular business models in the agro-food industry are emerging across the world to address climate challenges and contribute to the revitalisation of rural areas. The BBI JU BIOrescue project is one of them: through a circular biorefinery concept, the project is transforming waste from the agro-food industry into new bio-based products for agricultural uses.

The BIOrescue consortium will host the conference “Towards a circular agro-food industry” on 4 April 2019, in Brussels (Thon EU, rue de la Loi 75). The event will discuss the upcoming and desired evolutions of the European policy framework towards the development of a circular bioeconomy in the agro-food industry. This will be the chance for policy-makers, industry and trade association representatives, civil society groups and all interested stakeholders to discover and debate existing opportunities to foster the adoption of circular business models in the European agro-food sector.

Join the event to share your views and explore the circular business practices that will shape the agro-food industry of tomorrow.

PROGRAMME 
Have a look at the latest conference agenda here

REGISTRATION 
Participation in the event is free of charge, however, please note that registration is required. Click on the 'register' button above and 'checkout' to register.

HOW TO REACH THE VENUE

Address: Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Bruxelles (see map).

  • Metro: the closest Metro station is Maalbeek, which is on line 1 and 5.
  • Train: Brussels Schuman (300m) and Brussels Luxembourg (600m) are the closest stations. From Brussels Central, you can take Metro line 1 or 5 to Maalbeek, or walk (20 minutes).
  • Car: There is a parking garage under the hotel, entrance via Rue de Trèves.

Cycling or walking also available!

CONTACT

Bénédicte Julliard, Project Manager, Greenovate! Europe :b.julliard@greenovate-europe.eu - +32 2 400 10 07