Value Chain Assessment

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Are green processes and products truly green? This is a central question in the development of a sustainable circular economy that is often overlooked. Processes using bio-based materials or recovered resources as inputs may look sustainable, but can end up having hidden impacts that are only quantified by a value chain assessment. This enables further developments to address the problematic steps of the process and improve its sustainability and applicability in the circular economy.


FOLOU Project is looking for experts to debate and discuss about key topics related to Food Loss
31 10 2023
Among others, one of the main contributions expected from the FOLOU project in the long term is that...
Evaluation of NPK recovery potential from TORWASH®-treated paper sludge, waste olive pomace and fruit & vegetable waste
31 03 2023
The University of Hohenheim have submitted their report on the potential for the extraction of nitro...
Biogas Production Potential from the TORWASH® Filtrates
31 03 2023
The F-CUBED project´s pilot tests used three different feedstocks of paper sludge, olive pomace and...


Webinar on biogenic carbon accounting modelling

The Working Group on Su...

EFIB 2022 (26 October 2022)

On 26-27 October, EFIB2022, the leading annual conference on biotechn...

Bio-based Scaling & Finance Forum Event (04 October 2022)

The event features multiple rounds of live and online sessions where key players along the bio-ba...


Biorefine Cluster Bulletin ‘March – April 2024’
Biorefine Cluster Bulletin ‘January – February 2024’
Biorefine Cluster Bulletin ‘November – December 2023’

Relevant projects

ReNu2Cycle: REcycling of NUtrients to close the fertiliser CYCLE

In North-West Europe, essential plant nutrients like nitrogen (N), pho...

UPLIFT – Sustainable Plastics for the Food and Drink Packaging Industry

UPLIFT project is developing scalable enzymatic and microbial conversion processes to selectively...

FOLOU – Bringing knowledge and consensus to prevent and reduce Food Loss at the primary production stage

Each year, a substantial amount of food loss is ge...