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A new project will further explore and develop the use of biochar based fertilizers, based on recycling of farm and forest residues. Photo: Colourbox

2018.12.19 | Research news

New project will develop advanced biochar fertilizers

A new project aims to develop a fertilizer based on available organic surplus residues that can replace conventional fertilizers, increase resource use efficiency and offer economic returns to farmers.

The coordinator of FACCE SURPLUS, Nicolas Tinois, was invited to present the ERA-NET in Canada.

2018.12.19 | News from the management

FACCE SURPLUS at the International Bioeconomy Forum

FACCE SURPLUS presented during the yearly meeting of the International Bioeconomy Forum in Ottawa (CA).

Large amounts of agricultural waste, municipal landscaping, gardening waste and post-consumer wood are buried, dumped or, even burnt. This could be avoided by using such resources in biorefineries and encouraging small-scale flexi-feedstock biorefineries (SFB).

2018.11.26 | Research news

New project focuses on ways to use local underutilized waste streams in small-scall biorefineries

Urban, agricultural and industrial activities generate sources of biomass wastes still underexploited. They offer a potential feedstock for biorefinery. Small-scale biorefineries have to answer critical challenges to demonstrate their benefits compared to large scale solutions.

2018.11.21 | Research news

Pre-Announcement of 3rd FACCE SURPLUS Call for proposals

FACCE-JPI and FACCE SURPLUS pre-announce the upcoming call for joint research projects. The indicative available budget amounts to 6M€. The call is expected to open on 09.01.2019 with a closing date for pre-proposals on 19.03.2019.

Species like salicornia have developed specific adaptations mechanisms enabling them to grow in salty soils. Photo: Marco Schmidt, Wikipedia

2018.10.02 |

Salty soils offers a hidden gem for biomass production

A new project will develop methods for sustainable production of halophytes species in salt-affected areas. The aim is to use the obtained biomass to produce bio-based products, energy and food/feed supplements.

Unsellable Class II Belgian Endive at the start of a low oxygen milling and pressing-experiment using the innovative multicut – spiral filter press processing units. Photo: CichOpt
Visual appearance of forced Belgian Endive roots after a first cooking experiment (kitchen scale, mixed), without peel (left sample) and with peel (right sample).

2018.09.13 |

New project will develop the market for currently underutilized Cichorium biomass

A new project aims to turn underutilized Cichorium biomass streams into high value fractions, which can then be used as ingredients in a wide range of applications, ranging from food and drink products over cosmetics to biomaterials.

2018.09.07 | Meeting

FACCE SURPLUS End-Term Meeting focusing on valorization

The End-Term Meeting of FACCE SURPLUS 1st call will take place in Düsseldorf from 6th to 8th November 2018. Four valorization sessions will be arranged, covering different aspects of food and non-food biomass production and transformation systems, including biorefining.

2018.07.10 |

Bioeconomy in the North: Call for proposals

New initiative to support “Research and innovation leading to new products and supply services from non-food/non-feed biomass resources in Northern Europe”.

2018.06.28 |

Successful and fruitful biomass conference in Copenhagen

Networking, industrial valorization and knowledge transfer were on the agenda, when FACCE SURPLUS hosted a stand at the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) in Copenhagen.

2018.06.28 |

Newsletter: Update from MISCOMAR

The second newsletter from MISCOMAR is online. Read more about the progress of the project which focuses on the technical potential of novel Miscanthus hybrids to deliver biomass production options on marginal land in Europe.

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