From primary and secondary resources and biomass to mineral processing, from substitution of raw materials and their efficient use to waste recovery and closed loop recycling management
The Subject Division Plant based Extracts - Products and Processes of ProcessNet (an initiative of DECHEMA – Society for Chemical Engineering and...
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R3Water aims to support the transition from an urban wastewater treatment plant to a production unit of different valuables. Different types of technologies and innovative solutions will be further developed and tested at the demonstration sites that are located in Belgium, Spain and Sweden.
M4CO2 is a large-scale collaborative research project within the 7th European Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development. The project started January 1, 2014. 16 industrial and academic partners from 8 European countries have formed a consortium combining leading expertise in catalysis, membranes, polymers and reaction engineering.
Geobiotechnology does not only contribute to the remeditation of soil and mining waters. It offers also significant potential for the exploitation of resources from primary deposits as well as tailings and heaps and for recycling. The status paper by the Temporary Working Group Geobiotechnology gives an overview on the current status of research and technology and discusses perspectives for the further development. Relevant stakeholders in Germany and educational courses are also listed.
Neben der Errichtung einer Pilotanlage im chemisch-biotechnologischen Prozesszentrum (CBP) am Standort Chemiepark Leuna, die nach Ablauf von zwei Jahren die Produktion aufnehmen soll, liegt der Schwerpunkt des Projektes auf der Entwicklung neuer Prozessketten für biobasierte Produkte aus den Zuckern und Lignin
The BIOCHEM project, which started on 1 February 2010, supports companies, and especially SMEs, to enter the emerging and highly promising market for bio-based products in the chemical sector. Bio-based products are made from renewable, biological raw materials such as plants and trees. They are typically sold on into market sectors such as bio-plastics, bio-lubricants, surfactants, enzymes and pharmaceuticals. Bio-based products represent economic, environmental and societal benefits. Bio-based products also constitute one of Europe's six "Lead Markets";.