Failure to plan sees millions of tonnes of bioresources go to waste

Scotland must get better at accessing its bioresources if it is to unlock millions of tonnes of valuable material, according to Zero Waste Scotland

by Conor McGlone
Agricultural feedstocks represent the largest sector from which feedstocks for biorefining could be available. Photograph: Leonid Andronov/123RF
Agricultural feedstocks represent the largest sector from which feedstocks for biorefining could be available. Photograph: Leonid Andronov/123RF

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