First environment business community gets a green light

October 2006
Ecos;Oct/Nov2006, Issue 133, p7
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The article reports on the proposed Yarrabilba Environmental Business Cluster and residential development on a 2014-hectare site in the Beaudesert Shire, which is set to be housed in Southeast Queensland. According to sources, this plan will be a major business precinct targeting companies that manufacture environmentally sustainable products. Moreover, this project has received enthusiasm and support from over 50 leading organizations. In addition, the Yarrabilba project builds on the success of the business cluster concept to advance environmental technology and generate new revenue for Queensland.


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