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.

Project Facts

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Industrial Partners

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Research institutes

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Biorefinery concepts are demonstrated

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Demonstration plant at TRL 5

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Public non-profit waste treatment facility

CAFIPLA Webinar
10Nov

CAFIPLA Webinar

CAFIPLA webinar: From organic waste to biochemicals Part 1: How to pre-treat biomass We are happy to announce our first CAFIPLA webinar. In this webinar, you will get insides on: What CAFIPLA process is about How biomass pre-treatment can be done in a more pragmatic way Why biowaste valorisation is important for biowaste processors What […]

Register to our CAFIPLA Stakeholder platform!
01Dec

Register to our CAFIPLA Stakeholder platform!

Our CAFIPLA stakeholder platform is online! The CAFIPLA Stakeholder Platform aims to promote exchange and provide information between experts on new technologies for obtaining bio-based chemicals and products from bio-waste. Join now!

CAFIPLA Webinar
10Nov

CAFIPLA Webinar

CAFIPLA webinar: From organic waste to biochemicals Part 1: How to pre-treat biomass We are happy to announce our first CAFIPLA webinar. In this webinar, you will get insides on: What CAFIPLA process is about How biomass pre-treatment can be done in a more pragmatic way Why biowaste valorisation is important for biowaste processors What […]

Second CAFIPLA Newsletter
08Oct

Second CAFIPLA Newsletter

You are curious about the current progress of the pre-treatment via our Carboxylic acid platform (CAP)? Then, check out the second CAFIPLA newsletter to get to know more about current progress, insides from CAFIPLA project partners OWS and Avecom and other exciting CAFIPLA news.Enjoy reading our second newsletter and subscribe to stay tuned with CAFIPLA!

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