- The development of a new management model of biowaste and sewage sludge through complete treatment in a biogas plant, without any rejections or by-products and 100% energy self-sufficiency;
- The demonstration and validation of the transformation process for turning biowaste into valuable resources, such as minerals and nutrients, through the installation and test of an industrial-scale prototype plant;
- The production and validation of a new economically competitive organic liquid fertilizer, based on humic substances extracted from biowaste;
- The reduction of the operating costs of a biogas industrial plant by recovering more than 80% of thermal energy surplus;
- The mitigation of soil and water pollution, by avoiding the incorrect application of digestate generated in biogas plants; and
- The promotion of the use of biogas plants for bio-waste management, to reduce their carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions.
- Encourage compliance with EU legislation in the field of bio-waste and sewage sludge management, especially regarding Waste Framework Directive (2008/98/EC), Landfill Directive (1999/31/EC), and Nitrates Directive (91/676/EEC)
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