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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SME 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

Initial CAFIPLA market analysis completed
26Aug

Initial CAFIPLA market analysis completed

The initial CAFIPLA market analysis is completed. It shows high potential for the four CAFIPLA targeted biobased products in the economic assessment.

12th months of CAFIPLA project
31May

12th months of CAFIPLA project

Time flies and it has been already a year since CAFIPLA project started. Yesterday we had our 12th-month meeting, celebrating one year of the CAFIPLA project. We discussed in an online meeting the current progress and successfully achieved task.
We are looking forward to the upcoming task and further exciting months to come.

CAFIPLA gets in contact with local stakeholders
08Apr

CAFIPLA gets in contact with local stakeholders

To identify local biowaste sources’ potential, IDELUX Environnement contacted local companies close to its organic waste treatment plant in Tenneville, Belgium, to cooperate with the CAFIPLA project.

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