Energy recovered from the organic fraction of the waste, will be transformed into bioethanol and bioenergy,
this represents a huge breakthrough in the treatment and disposal of MSW and the creation of a renewable and sustainable energy production system.
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On October 22nd and 23rd 2018, the Waste2Bio project along with 200 representatives from policy- maker, academia, industries, public bodies and educators came t...Read more
On 18th October 2018, Dr Caterina Coll Lozano from IMECAL presented at LIFE ANADRY: Urban Waste Management and Circular Economy: Challenges and Initiatives Conf...Read more
“This project has received funding from the ERA-NET BESTF3 and has been co-financed by CDTI and MINECO in Spain, DECC in UK and by the H2020 Framework Programme of the European Union”