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
IMECAL and IMDEA Energia visited last 20th May CLAMBER plant in Puertollano (Spain) to survey the site and the anaerobic digestor that will be used during the d...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”