SYSTEMIC has recently welcomed new biogas plants as ‘associated plants’, giving them the opportunity to exchange experience on nutrient recovery of biomass streams with the project’s demonstration plants and outreach locations, and receive exclusive newsletters and reports. The new associated plants are: Agro Energie Hohenlohe GmbH & Co., Germany Storg bvba, Belgium (factsheet) Stormossen, Finland […]
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Don’t miss out on SYSTEMIC sessions at ManuREsource (27-29 November 2019 – Hasselt, Belgium) – the international conference for exchange on policy measures for coping with manure surpluses, both in terms of manure management and manure treatment. The event will also give an overview of current developments and innovations in manure treatment technologies and explore […]
Explore the updated factsheets of the SYSTEMIC demonstration plants, including updated monitoring data, status of construction and summaries on performance. Additionally, the factsheets feature descriptions of elements specific to each plant, such as: the RePeat system for processing of the P-rich solid fraction of digestate (Groot Zevert); the system for processing of the liquid fraction […]
The SYSTEMIC project organised a workshop on biogas installations, energy and nutrient recovery from biobased residues and waste streams on 18 September 2019 in Gent, which featured an excursion to the largest biogas plant in Belgium, AM-Power. The workshop discussed: the potential of biogas plants as producers of renewable energy and fertilisers; nutrient mass flow […]
The Green Mineral Mining Centre of Groot Zevert Vergisting (GZV) – one of the five SYSTEMIC demonstration plants – was officially opened by her majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands on 4 September 2019. The GZV plant works to convert pig manure and biowaste into biogas, mineral concentrate, precipitated phosphate and organic soil improver. The […]
Last chance to register for the SYSTEMIC workshop on biogas installations, energy and nutrient recovery from biobased residues and waste streams, on 18 September 2019, in Gent & excursion to the largest biogas plant in Belgium, AM-Power. Register here by 10 September! See the full programme here. Biowaste – such as animal manure, sewage sludge […]
The BENAS biogas plant – one of SYSTEMIC’s five demonstration plants – held an open doors day in Ottersberg, Germany on 13 July 2019, demonstrating its technology, process and products to visitors. See an illustration of the BENAS’ process schematic, available in English and German!
The second SYSTEMIC General Assembly meeting (4-5 June 2019 – Halle, Germany) brought together all partners to discuss project achievements over the past 12 months, as well as to agree and plan activities for the upcoming year. Some of the highlights include: Data collection on organic (micro)pollutants from the demonstration plants to be used for […]
SYSTEMIC project partners Wageningen University & Research, Groot Zevert Vergisting and Nijhuis Industries developed a sustainable technological solution to separate solid fraction from digestated manure in order to produce mineral phosphorus (P) fertiliser and organic soil improver. A new report on the latest laboratory and pilot tests of the RePeat technology for P recovery from […]
The first results from the SYSTEMIC field and laboratory work to assess the agricultural and environmental performance of recovered bio-based fertilisers, including nitrogen (N) and carbon (C) incubations and GHG emissions experiments, have come through. This has so far included the testing of various products as substitutes of synthetic N fertilisers in maize field trials […]
Biowaste, animal manure, sewage sludge and food and feed waste, form the most abundant waste stream in Europe and hence, the most prominent potential resource for the production of biogas and the recovery and recycling of mineral nutrients like phosphorus (P), nitrogen (N) and potassium (K), thereby reducing Europe’s dependency on external and non-renewable P reserves and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from N fertilizer production.
SYSTEMIC receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under Grant Agreement no. 730400