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Agrimax

Entidade líder do projeto: IRIS Innovacio i Recerca Industrial i Sostenible
Responsável pelo projeto: Georgios Chalkias – IRIS
Parceiros:

AIMPLAS Asociación de Investigación de Materiales Plásticos y Conexas; UGENT Universiteit Gent; INSTM Consorzio Inter Universitario Scienza e Tecnologia dei Materiali; IRTA Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries; NOFIMA AS; ITENE Instituto Tecnológico del Embalaje, Transporte y Logística; UNIBO Università di Bologna; FRAUNHOFER Fraunhofer gesellschaft zur foerderung der angewandten forschung e.v; SSICA Stazione Sperimentale per l’Industria delle Conserve Alimentari; UCD University College Dublin; UAL Universidad de Almería; BIOVALE Biovale Ltd; ARDAGH Ardagh Group Italy Srl; FCAC Federació de Cooperatives Agràries de Catalunya; FIAA Fachverband der nahrungs und genussmittelindustrie; PCS Gospodarsko interesno zdruzenje grozd plasttehnika; CHIESA Chiesa Virginio; EXERGY Exergy Ltd; ARCHA Laboratori ARCHA s.r.l; FEMTO Femto Engineering SRL ; LC Laser Consult Ltd.; MYCOPLAST Mycoplast di Federico Maria Grati e Stefano Babbini S.n.c.; OWS Organic Waste Systems NV; BPF Bioprocess Pilot Facility B.V.; FERTINAGRO Fertinagro Nutrientes, S.L.; GAVIPLAS Gaviplas, S.L.; BARILLA Barilla G.E.R. Fratelli SPA; IL Indulleida SA

Breve descrição:

Agrimax will take the residues and by-products from agricultural crops and process them in two, flexible, multi-feedstock pilot biorefineries, purpose-built for the project.  A refinery in Italy will process waste from tomatoes and cereals and another in Spain will do the same for olive and potato waste. The target is to convert 40% of the waste the pilot plants receive into high-value materials.Agrimax will take the residues and by-products from agricultural crops and process them in two, flexible, multi-feedstock pilot biorefineries, purpose-built for the project.  A refinery in Italy will process waste from tomatoes and cereals and another in Spain will do the same for olive and potato waste. The target is to convert 40% of the waste the pilot plants receive into high-value materials. An online joint stakeholder platform that coordinates the provision of waste will help maximise the use of the pilot plants throughout the year and address seasonal and regional fluctuations, thereby maximising efficiency and profitability.
Agrimax’s pilot biorefineries will produce a cascade of innovative, waste-based products with superior ‘green’ credentials.