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The 15th, 16th and 17th of March 2022, Innovarum participated in BIOKET 2022 with the VALUEWASTE project, an innovative project that proposes an integrated system for urban biowaste valorisation into key strategic products for the EU.
BIOKET is dedicated to bio-based solutions and processes, tackling technological, economic and environmental challenges of the bioeconomy. The fair focuses on innovation in processes for biomass conversion using emerging technologies, minimizing waste production and optimizing economics.
The European project VALUEWASTE (Grant Agreement No. 818312) proposes an integrated approach in urban biowaste upcycling to produce added-value end products in a cascading approach through the development of three value chains that will mainly produce: proteins (from insects and methanotrophic bacteria) and high-quality fertilisers.
The project started in November 2018 with the engagement of 17 participants from 5 EU countries and will last until October 2022 (42 months). VALUEWASTE develops two different pilot experiences in municipalities in Europe: Murcia (Southern Spain) and Kalundborg (East Denmark).
On November 21, Innovarum attended the Circular Bioeconomy Forum in Seville, organized by the Circular Bioeconomy group of the General Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock and Food of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and [...]
The year 2024 brings with it new opportunities to finance and boost competitiveness in the agri-food and bioeconomy sector, which have a very important role to play in achieving green and social goals in Europe. [...]
The blue bioeconomy is based on the use of aquatic organisms to produce products, goods and services while blue biotechnology is the tool based on the application of science and technology to obtain them. On [...]
Last October 25th, Innovarum attended the II Bioeconomy Forum of Castilla y León, organized in Soria on October 25th and 26th by the Institute for Business Competitiveness (ICE) with the coordination of the Cesefor Foundation, [...]
In recent years, the term Living Labs has become a recurrent method for innovation in projects fostered by the European Union. This concept, despite its apparent abstract nature, is materialised by bringing together social, [...]
The MainstreamBIO consortium is meeting in Almere, the Netherlands, on 10-11 October for its third project consortium meeting. The partners will discuss the progress made during the first year of the project, and will [...]
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