WHO WE ARE

The Centre for Integrated Biowaste Research (CIBR) is dedicated to finding sustainable reuse options for New Zealand's biowaste.

The CIBR is a formal partnership between ESRScion, Landcare Research and Cawthron Institute. Other collaborators are Lowe Environmental ImpactLincoln University, Northcott Research Consultants, and Kukupa Research.

 

WHAT WE CAN DO

FOR YOU

LATEST NEWS

We work with central and local government, regional councils, communities and stakeholders who are looking for better biowaste re-use options.

We combine your local knowledge with the expertise of our four specialised research groups to develop sustainable biowaste re-use solutions that are appropriate and safe for you and your community.

Have a look at our projects to read about real life examples of what researchers at the CIBR can do for you.

 

Lake Waikare Event 

Come along and help us with our planting programme to help restore the water quality of Lake Waikare.

Lake Waikare tree planting event invite


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What: Planting restoration programme to help improve water quality

Where: Lake Waikare, Te Kauwhata (40 kilometres north of Hamilton)

When: 24th - 27th June 2017 (join us for one, two or all of the days)

Picture of Lake Waikare

CIBR newsletter May 2017

Autumn 2017 features include:
  • Sky Halford's project with BRANZ
  • Biosolids assisting mine rehabilitation
  • Understanding uptake of Kaitiakitanga
  • Plus updates from both the Ecotox and soil science teams.
Explore our Newsletter archive.

WHAT IS BIOWASTE AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? 

How can we re-use it and what are the challenges of reusing biowaste? You can find answers to these questions and other useful resources about biowaste under Find out more.

 

Last update 9/6/17