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.


HIGFLY Solvent Selection and Quantum Chemistry
26 04 2022
One of the HIGFLY project´s main objectives is to reduce the energy consumption of sustainable avia...
F-CUBED members gathered together for the consortium meeting
26 04 2022
F-CUBED consortium members gathered together on the 11th and 12th of April 2022 for the project´s s...
The F-Cubed Project: converting waste residues to bioenergy carriers
21 02 2022
The European Commission´s Circular Economy Action Plan is one of the European Green Deal´s fundame...


Final event AgriWasteValue – Valorisation of agricultural residues

After four and a half years, the AgriWasteValue project is coming to an end.

Final event of the New-C-Land project

The partners of the New-C-Land project (Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen program) are pleased...

Biorefine Conference ‘The role of biorefineries in European agriculture’ (30 & 31 May 2022)

We are pleased to announce that the first edition of the Biorefine Conference 'The role o...


Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘April 2022′
Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘March 2022′
Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘February 2022′

Relevant projects

OLEAF4VALUE – Olive leaf multi-product cascade based biorefinery: from an under-used biomass in the primary sector to tailormade solutions for high added value international market applications

OLEAF4VALUE is a three-year project that will develop a complete valorization system for the oliv...

HIGFLY – HIGee to Furanic-based jet Fuel technologY

The EU-funded HIGFLY project plans to develop advanced technologies for producing jet fuels from...

F-Cubed – Future Feedstock Flexible Carbon Upgrading to Bio-Energy Dispatchable Carriers

The F-Cubed project aims to develop an advanced process for the hydrothermal treatment of biogeni...


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