Bioceres will invest $7 mn in a factory that converts wheat stubble into panels for construction

The firm Bioceres presents its latest innovative bet, focused on the circular economy: the construction in Tandil of a factory that will transform wheat stubble into panels for green building. It will have the capacity to convert 15,000 tons of stubble into 750,000 square meters of panels, with the reconversion of the residues from some 15,000 to 30,000 hectares of cultivation. The investment planned by the Argentine biotechnology company is 7.1 million dollars, and it expects that construction will begin in the second quarter of next year.

Source: Clarín