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miércoles, 16 de mayo de 2018

Profile: International Technical Seminar – Agrifood and urban organic waste biorefinery

Type of post: EVENT PROFILE.

The BioRefineries Blog is pleased to announce that is a partner of the International Technical Seminar –Agrifood and urban organic waste biorefinery event powered by AINIA Centro Tecnológico.

Key information

14th June 2018
AINIA Centro Tecnológico
Parque Tecnológico de Valencia. C/ Benjamín Franklin, nº 5-11.
46980 Paterna (Valencia, Spain)
Companies from the agrifood, waste management and bioeconomy sectors, which want to learn how to valorise agrifood and urban organic wastes and by-products and fully use them through biorefinery models.
- Technical presentations (in Spanish and in English) by experts of the corresponding fields.
- Networking opportunities.

Figure 1. International Technical Seminar – Agrifood and urban organic waste biorefinery

Aim and thematic areas

The valorisation of agrifood and urban organic wastes and by-products is evolving towards a fully and sustainable use through biorefinery models. This live training is aimed to share the current overview of technologies that allow to develop those biorefinery models with the attendants.

To this end, an ambitious programme has been prepared with studies cases and reference projects of the biorefining field. These are the main thematic areas (check the web site of the seminar to know the whole programme):
- Biorefineries in the bioeconomy strategical framework of the EU.
- Urban biomass.
- Lignocellulosic agrifood biomass.
- Livestock biorefinery (livestock excrements).
- Vegetable and fruit, wine and oil biomass.
- Aquatic biomass.

Small-scale biorefinery focus

Altough the biorefinery denomination could evoke only large facilities similar to oil refineries, the fact is that it is also possible to develop multi-feedstock small-scale models in rural areas. Nor it is necessary for the biorefineries to be new facilities but also they can be existent plants (biogas plants, wastewater stations…) that evolve towards more complex biorefinery models. The new circular bioeconomy will stimulate the creation of multisectorial value chains that ensure the commercialisation of the bioproducts generated in the small-scale biorefineries. During the seminar, the professionals will have networking opportunities to boost the development of those value chains. 

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