During the 2nd edition Science Festival Fermhamente*, held in Fermo last October 2018, Itabia and Stiftinga Vestlandsforsking / Western Norway Research Institute (WNRI) had the opportunity to participate in the conference “Rural and agri-industrial wastes: Valorization in new and innovative products”.
On Monday, January 28, at 14:00 CET, the first ENABLING webinar will be held. The webinar will be in English. If you want to participate in the webinar, please write an e-mail to Christine Beusch: firstname.lastname@example.org, then we will send you the dial-in details.
Within the last months, EPC developed the BiomassTrade Platform, an online venue where biomass producers and biomass processers meet to directly exchange currently unused biomass residues and by-products.
Every year apple farmers in Haspengouw renew about 6% of their apple plantations. Haspenwood took the decision to create new products out of that wood, by buying the farmers’ grubbed trees and by valorising the intrinsic qualities of the wood.
The coaching service will be available through an online interface provided via the website, to support biomass producers or the BBP Industry (Bio-Based Products and Processes) for the uptake of emerging best practices.
The ENABLING project intends to respond to the need, felt by practitioners across Europe, of improving and systematising collaboration among the different stakeholders, and in particular between the source of biomass streams, and the processing and transformation industry, or Bio-Based Industry (BBI).