Qld's Scenic Rim given green light for bioenergy and food making precinct

Kelly Mason
June 11 2024 - 4:00am
Kalfresh co-owners Robert Hinrichsen and ceo Richard Gorman. Picture supplied by Kalfresh
Kalfresh co-owners Robert Hinrichsen and ceo Richard Gorman. Picture supplied by Kalfresh

ONE of Queensland's largest vegetable growers has had approval from the state government to establish a $291 million dollar agricultural precinct, that will turn waste into electricity, gas and biofertilizer.

Kelly Mason

Kelly Mason

Journalist

South east journalist covering stories from rural and regional Queensland. kelly.mason@queenslandcountrylife.com.au

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