Who should Exhibit?
Our Trade Expo for Day 1& 2 of the 3rd ANZ Conference is at RMIT University Melbourne City Campus, Alumni Courtyard. 15 x 3m x 3m powered sites are available under a covered marquee and 2 x Outdoor technology displays. Our Trade Expo is designed for Biomass Producers, Biochar Producers, Biochar Product Manufacturers, Fertiliser & Compost Producers, Associated Industries such as Farming Equipment, etc and will adjoin ANZBC19. The trade expo will help our audience be inspired for large scale, commercial use of biochar. It is a great opportunity to showcase to and network with Growers & Farmers, Foresters, Policy Makers, Biochar Producers, Industry Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Students and interested citizens.
Bookings Close September 30, 2019 for catering purposes. You will receive 2 x registration to ANZBC19 within your booking fee.
Our Exhibitors to Date Include:
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) is an Australian public research university located in Melbourne, Victoria.Founded by Francis Ormond in 1887, RMIT began as a night school offering classes in art, science, and technology, in response to the industrial revolution in Australia. It was a private college for more than a hundred years before merging with the Phillip Institute of Technology to become a public university in 1992. It has an enrolment of around 7,000 higher and vocational education students,making it the largest dual-sector education provider in Australia. With an annual revenue of around A$1.3 billion, it is also one of the wealthiest universities in Australia. It is rated a five star university by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and is ranked 17th in the World for art and design subjects in the QS World University Rankings, making it the top art and design university in Australia. RMIT are working on two biochar projects involving the processing of biosolids for a water corporation and animal punch waste from abbatoirs for a Meat Peak Industry Body.
Green Man Char products are the creation of Cyclic Carbon Pty Ltd, an Australian company that forms carbon products from biomass and waste.Every product is sustainably produced in Australia using the Charmaker technology. Our biochar and charcoal products can be used for agriculture, industry and gourmet cooking.The Green Man is an ancient symbol of rebirth and nature. It embodies the challenge of sustainability in our modern world. At Green Man Char we aim to reduce waste, capture all available resources and help create a more sustainable economy in which both the environment and humanity can prosper. If you would like to know more about Green Man Char, please feel free to contact us directly.
Conhur – The DMax system allows for the recycling and beneficial reuse of materials from a variety of waste streams and in particular sludges from digesters and lagoons by separating the sands, grits and plastics from the final dewatered cake. It is proven to deliver an 80% reduction in waste to landfill volumes in applications at municipal waste water treatment works in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. We are developing a value added biochar product.
Byron Biochar – delivers bio-products and bio-services for industrial, commercial & domestic applications. This includes direct bio-product supply, a mobile Biochar Service, DIY educational workshops, consultancy and is the founder and event coordinator of the 3rd Australia New Zealand Biochar Conference 2019 (ANZBC19).
Australian and New Zealand Biochar Initiative Inc. (ANZBI) is a collaborative group of scientists, engineers, growers and other stakeholders interested in advancing the understanding and application of biochar materials and getting viable biochar projects in the ground. Collectively, our aim is to collaborate on research programs, promote and advocate the adoption of biochar investigation and use, and communicate the opportunities presented by biochar to policy makers, land managers, the public, industry and fellow scientists. We offer members a discount to the annual biochar conference and a full set of recordings thereafter, biochar books and access to the full membership via a members directory. We are working on developing a set of standards for biochar in soil, an economic white paper and marketing.