The final conference “Urban Circlar Bioeconomy” in Spain concludes the CAFIPLA project after 30 successful months. This project conclusion was supported by experts and scientists from the CAFIPLA partners through exciting presentations.
The CAFIPLA Implementation Guideline is now published and provides valuable insights into the CAFIPLA technology as well as highlights key factors to establish novel routes for biowaste valorisation on a regional level!
The final project workshop in Tenneville brought together feedstock suppliers and represantatives of the waste and recycling industry as well as experts from research and development to dicuss the new results and perspectives of the innovative CAFIPLA concept including a live demonstration of the CAFIPLA pilot plant.
The market assessment details the high relevance and impact of biowaste-derived materials in an expanding bioeconomy and demonstrates how novel value chains and markets are created from biowaste by the CAFIPLA project. The CAFIPLA technology presents a radically new approach to biowaste pretreatment via two integrated platforms to achieve maximum valorisation into bioproducts and consequent creation of new bioeconomic value chains.
In December 2022, the podcast series “CAFIPLA – From biowaste to bioproducts” was released. The four episodes present the CAFIPLA products lactic acid, MCCAs, microbial protein and fibre-based materials.
CAFIPLA was represented in person twice by Annika from BOKU at Abfallwirtschaftstagung (Waste Management Conference) in Wels, Austria in May as well as at the International Conference on Renewable Resources and Biorefineries (RRB), which took place in Bruges, Belgium in June.
The workshop, which took place at IDELUX Environment in Belgium, was a great gathering of CAFIPLA partners, stakeholders and researchers. The highlight of this meeting was the visit of the CAFIPLA pilot site, where the pilot reactor was later on implemented.
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