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Author: Monica Osorio

Waste 2 Bio / Articles posted by Monica Osorio

IMECAL and IMDEA Energia visited last 20th May CLAMBER plant in Puertollano (Spain) to survey the site and the anaerobic digestor that will be used during the demostration activities in WASTE2Bio project. The details of activities, which are planned for the second half of 2019, were discussed between both companies and CLAMBER technicians in the...

On 26th October 2018, Dr Jose Miguel Oliva from CIEMAT presented at 4-CIAB Congress in Jaen, Spain  as part of the Waste2Bio project. His presentation discussed the valorization of urban wastes to a new generation of bioethanol. Find more information on the event at http://ceaema.ujaen.es/4CIAB/program-2/...

On October 22nd and 23rd 2018, the Waste2Bio project along with 200 representatives from policy- maker, academia, industries, public bodies and educators came together in Beijing, China, for a conference on the management of agricultural waste and residue for the circular bio-economy. The conference began with an overview of the developments of the Circular Economy in the EU...

We are happy to announce the official Waste2Bio project video which is offering an overview of the project aims as well as the part undertaken by each consortium member. You can watch the video below and in addition, you can leave a comment here. The principal idea of WASTE2BIO is to develop a more sustainable and...

The meeting was hosted in IMDEA’s Energy Institution located in Madrid, Spain. During the meeting, partners touched upon on the recent visit of treatment plants in the UK. The plant, operated by one of the biggest treatment companies in the UK, Biffa supplied the Waste2Bio team with important samples for testing. Additional reporting also covered the results of recently analysed samples....

The Waste2Bio 6-month meeting took place at the facilities of CIEMAT in Madrid on September 20th 2017.  During the meeting, preliminary project results were presented which showed that potential feedstocks, both kerbside-sorted and centrally sorted organic waste, are unlikely to require special costly pre-treatments in order to produce bioethanol and biogas, using PERSEO Bioethanol® technology as part of the...