EUROPEAN NUTRIENT RECYCLING CONTEST QUESTIONNAIRE
All innovative Nitrogen and Phosphorus recovery technologies/products will be considered that:
- have already reached at least successfully completed post >TRL6/>IRL6 development maturity status and facing close to market uptake; and/or
- already on the market and facing rapid market expansion and commercial deployment.
The significant benefit for your participation is that in case you are selected in the contest, then you will develop jointly with NUTRIMAN your practice abstract profile for official EC publication in EIP-AGRI common format to further support international marketing, deployment and market uptake of your technology and/or product.
About the questionnaire
Participating in the questionnaire is voluntary and free of charge. Please read carefully the following documents before submitting the questionnaire:
- Invitation letter for voluntary participation in the European Nutrient Recycling Contest Questionnaire
- Information sheet
- Consent form for voluntary participation
- TRL IRL Technology Readiness level
Do not submit filled questionnaire without reading the Information sheet and providing your agreement with a signed Consent form. If you only sending the Questionnaire without a signed consent form all your data will be erased and the questionnaire cannot be processed. Please do not provide personal data of third person without he/she is signing the Consent Form.
When sending your questionnaire please include the following subject of e-mail: ‘ANSWER TO NUTRIMAN QUESTIONNAIRE’. Questionnaires have to be sent to NUTRIMAN coordinator Edward Someus: email@example.com
The deadline for sending your questionnaire is 15 March 2019.
NUTRIMAN is a Nitrogen and Phosphorus thematic network compiling knowledge for recovered biobased fertiliser products, technologies, applications and practices; while connecting the market competitive and commercially “ready for practice” innovative results from high research maturity applied scientific programmes and common industrial practices, for the interest and benefit of agricultural practitioners.
The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.