June 14, 2016 - Kupferzell, Germany
Open Demonstration Event
Presentation of an innovative pilot plant for manure valorisation as fertilisers and organic soil improvers
Around 1800 million tonnes of manure are produced in Europe every year. In the EU-funded project BioEcoSIM led by Fraunhofer IGB, 15 partners from research and industry developed a technology to convert livestock manure into organic soil improvers and mineral fertilisers.
The overall process uses energy-efficient technologies and works on the principle of circular economy. A technology prototype capable of processing 50 kg of raw manure will be presented by the project consortium on June 14th, 2016 in Kupferzell (Germany) at the installations of the project partner Agro Energie.
The products obtained have excellent quality as fertilizers and can then be mixed to match the nutritional requirements of any crop.
Agro Energie Hohenlohe GmbH & Co. KG, Kupferzell
Bachstraße 48, 74635 Kupferzell, Germany
Jun 14, 2016
9:00 - 17:30 h
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The Open Demonstration Event specially addresses investors, industrial partners in the manure processing and fertilizer sector, farmers and manure associations in Europe, individual farmers and policy makers.
The Event will be made up of several programme sessions (duration: approx. 3,5h), each consisting of the three complementary agenda items described below. The first session will start at 09:00 a.m. and the last one at 03:00 p.m.
|Pilot Plant Tour||
Visit and live demonstration of the BioEcoSIM pilot plant.
|Stakeholder Workshops||The workshops allow invited stakeholders to discuss with their peers about the economic, environmental and societal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the presented technology to convert livestock manure into organic soil improvers and mineral fertilisers.|
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|The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement n°308637|