The project is subdivided into three components:
- development of a database of organic side streams and technological expertise available in Flanders;
- development of second generation technologies for the transformation of (waste)oils, fats and side streams rich in lignocellulose into feedstocks for bioenergy, chemistry, paper, the building industry, textile, U+2026
- economic, logistic and sustainability analyses aimed at actual implementation in Flanders.
Date:1 Sep 2011
31 Oct 2015
Keywords:logistics, lignocellulose, fats, side streams, biomass, biotechnology
Disciplines:Industrial biotechnology, Biomaterials engineering, General chemical and biochemical engineering, Other (bio)chemical engineering, Biological system engineering, Process engineering, Other biotechnology, bio-engineering and biosystem engineering, Biomechanical engineering, Chemical product design and formulation, Environmental engineering and biotechnology, Other (bio)medical engineering, Transport phenomena, Separation and membrane technologies, Food sciences and (bio)technology, Catalysis and reacting systems engineering, Industrial microbiology, Microbiology, Systems biology, Laboratory medicine, Biocatalysis and enzyme technology, Fermentation, Medical biochemistry and metabolism, Biochemistry and metabolism, Industrial biotechnology not elsewhere classified, Agriculture, land and farm management, Agricultural plant production, Other agriculture, forestry, fisheries and allied sciences, Industrial biotechnology diagnostics , Industrial molecular engineering of nucleic acids and proteins, Agricultural animal production, Bioprocessing, bioproduction and bioproducts