This event will present the main results of the H2020-funded AGROinLOG Project about the valorization of agricultural residues in three European agro industries to produce biocommodities for new markets.
The project will finalize next month having assessed the viability of implementing the ‘Integrated Biomass Logistics Centers’ business model in agro industries from different sectors.
Moreover, speakers from MAGIG and AgroBioHeat projects will participate in order to share their experiences developing and promoting biobased and energy chains in different European areas.
This conference is an opportunity to learn first-hand from the experience of these projects and discuss about the use of biomass residues and waste in value chains of different agricultural sectors, and thus, about the adoption of the bioeconomy in the agri-food sector.
The event is designed specially for biomass producers, boiler manufacturers, pellet producers, researchers, technicians, policy actors, municipalities, agroindustries, extension services, agrarian associations, farmers, etc.