The project focuses on connecting market competitive and commercially “ready for practice” innovative results drawn from high research maturity applied scientific programs and common industry practices.
The project aims to:
• Conserve the practical knowledge for the long term - beyond the project period up to 2031 - and also serve education and training purposes;
• Increase the flow of practical information between farmers in Europe in a geographically balanced way, creating spill-overs and taking account of the differences between territories;
• Achieve greater user acceptance of collected solutions and more intensive dissemination of existing knowledge.
Innovative Nitrogen and Phosphorus recovery technology/product information are now available in eight languages : French, English, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, German, Polish and Hungarian.