Are you an innovative anaerobic digestion plant owner or operator?
Would you like to know if the implementation of techniques for recovery of nutrients (N, P, K, organic matter,…) can lead to a successful business case for your plant?
The European project SYSTEMIC gives you the opportunity to evaluate the options, feasibility and prospects for valorization of digestate on your own plant while enhancing the economic, environmental and societal relevance. More information here.
If you are willing to join as an outreach location, please download the application form below and mail the completed form to email@example.com.
Information on filling in the application form in PDF
First download the application form to your computer. Now you can open it and add your responses to the questions in the PDF-file. Depending on de version of Adobe Acrobat you’re using to open the PDF, follow one of the following steps and don’t forget to save the filled in file, preferably under a new name. If you are not able to open the PDF-file or add text, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This call is launched within project SYSTEMIC, which received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation program under the grant agreement No: 7304000. The 4 year project was launched on the 1 of June 2017 and the consortium consists out of the following partners: Wageningen University and Research, AM-Power, Groot Zevert Vergisting, Acqua & Sole S.r.l., Rika Biofuels Development Ltd, GNS – Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Stoffnutzung mbH, A-Farmers Ltd, ICL Fertilizers Europe, Nijhuis Water Technology BV, Proman management GmbH, Ghent University, Milano University, Flemish Coordination centre for Manure processing (VCM), European Biogas Association, Rural investment Support for Europe (RISE).