An agrochemical coalition has been set up. This joint undertaking between agricultural and horticultural firms and the chemical industry has forged an effective and efficient network.
Contacts have been established with knowledge centres and educational institutions and executive assistance has been received from the provincial and municipal authorities.
The biobased alternative has been positioned as front end centre on a robust and inspirational stage as the answer to fossil fuels and environmentally harmful products.
Several concrete products have already been brought to market, including bioasphalt, bioaromatics that are recognised as the best in class in Europe, fibre-based building materials, street furniture and park benches, and even a biobased viaduct.
Businesses profit from each other’s expertise and research and development.
Biobased Delta has presented itself in the media and through demonstrations at trade fairs and events.