CAFIPLA

Combining carboxylic acid production and fibre recovery as an innovative, costeffective and sustainable pre-treatment process for heterogeneous bio-waste

CAFIPLA will unlock the potential of currently un(der)used biogenic waste streams as feedstock for the bio-economy by implementing an innovative and pragmatic approach to biomass pre-treatment. As opposed to the current bio-economy schemes dominated by sugar-based transformations, the CAFIPLA project relies on the combination of a Carboxylic Acid Platform (CAP) and Fibre Recovery Platform (FRP), to valorise biomass into biochemicals, bioproducts, feed and biomaterials.

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Demonstration plant at TRL 5

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Public non-profit waste treatment facility

CAFIPLA Stakeholder workshop
22Jul

CAFIPLA Stakeholder workshop

We invite you to join the CAFIPLA Stakeholder workshop “Better ways for biowaste” at ACHEMA Fair in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

CAFIPLA Workshop
14Jun

CAFIPLA Workshop

We invite you to join the first CAFIPLA Workshop in Tenneville, Belgium.

5th General Assembly of CAFIPLA in June
09May

5th General Assembly of CAFIPLA in June

The CAFIPLA consortium is going to meet in our coordinator’s home city of Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain) in northern Spain for their 5th General Assembly meeting.

Video tour of the IDELUX organic waste treatment plant in Tenneville, Belgium
21Apr

Video tour of the IDELUX organic waste treatment plant in…

Watch the video tour to get first hand insights on how biowaste is treated at our partners IDELUX organic waste treatment plant.

Recap of CAFIPLA webinar Part 2: How to valorise biowaste
24Mar

Recap of CAFIPLA webinar Part 2: How to valorise biowaste

The second part of our webinar series “From organic waste to biochemicals, Part 2: How to valorise biowaste” took place on March 17th, 2022. The focus of the second part was on the targeted CAFIPLA products.

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