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SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME. Marie Curie Initial Training Networks 2012-2016. ReUseWaste in brief. Project title: ReUseWaste - Recovery and Use of Nutrients, Energy and Organic Matter from Animal Waste Funding: € 3.24 million over the period 2012-2015

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marie curie initial training networks 2012 2016

SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME

Marie Curie Initial Training Networks 2012-2016

reusewaste in brief
ReUseWaste in brief

Project title: ReUseWaste - Recovery and Use of Nutrients, Energy and Organic Matter from Animal Waste

Funding: € 3.24 million over the period 2012-2015

Source: EU FP7 Marie Curie Action programme, under the Initial Training Network call.

Training: 13 young researchers (PhD students and post-docs) will be trained in the project.

Project website: www.reusewaste.eu

Partners: Universities, research institutes, private companies and public authorities from 6 European countries.

Primary partners

University of Copenhagen

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Wageningen University, the Netherlands

Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal

Univ. Tras-os-Montes & Alto Douro, Portugal

Consejo Superior de InvestigacionesCientíficas, Spain

University of Torino, Italy

University of Limerick, Ireland

Associate partners

University Miguel Hernández, Spain

Energy Research Centre, Holland

PTM s.r.l, Italy

Alfa Laval Nakskov A/S, Denmark

Pieralisi Group, Italy

Biomass Heating Solutions Ltd., Ireland

Granja Pedro Guevara, Spain

Bio Systems Europe, UK

Verification Agency for Environmental Technologies in Agricultural Production, Denmark

RegionePiemonte, Italy

reusewaste objectives
ReUseWaste objectives

ReUseWaste is a multi-site and multidisciplinary training network, bringing together major EU research groups from leading universities and research institutes, key agri-environmental technology companies and public authorities, from the countries and regions of most intensive livestock production in Europe

Regions of Europe with intensive livestock farming and with N and P surpluses

  • The ReUseWaste network will:
  • provide new ideas, methods and principles that lead to a major rethink in the current, established animal waste management systems
  • train a group of young researchers in developing new technologies for improved and sustainable utilisation of valuable organic matter and plant nutrient resources in animal waste
  • provide companies with improved and new technologies to produce both bioenergy and ”green” bio-fertilisers, leading to improved soil, water and air quality
research concept
Research concept
  • Treatment
  • Liquid-solids separation
  • Acidification/inhibitors
  • AD / Biogasification for energy
  • Incineration/Gasification/Pyrolysis
  • Composting
  • Waste upgrading/Nutrient recovery
  • Bio-fertilizer production
  • Characterisation
  • Fractionation
  • Thermogravimetry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Pyrolysis-GC/MS
  • ICP/IRMS
  • NIR/MIR
  • XANES

Animal waste =

Environmental

problems

…but also

valuable manure resources:

- Nutrients

- Organic Matter

  • Function
  • Energy source
  • Crop fertiliser value
  • Soil quality amelioration
  • Carbon sequestration
  • Utilisation
  • Crop field application
  • Horticultural growth media
  • Landscaping
  • Soil remediation
  • Assessment
  • System analyses
  • Stakeholder analyses
  • Life cycle assessment
  • Integrated sustainability
  • Need for research training and competence building in all of these
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Animal

waste

Students other projects

Organic fertilizers

Bioenergy

Better environment

SE Asia partners

Farmers org. & advisory

Environmental technology companies

BHS*

ECN

Public and regulatoryauthorities

PTM*

GSR*

TI*

AL*

Improved energy and nutrient recovery systems

New meas. & monitoring products

Novel bio-fertilizer products

BSE*

PG*

Innovative manure treatment solutions

KOM*

Technology & Innovation

VERA**

13 scientiststrained to developsustainable animal manure solutions

Career oppor-tunities

WP5 Energy

recovery

RP-DA**

WP4Technology & management

WP3OM & nutrients characterisation

WP7 Synthesis &

assessment

Public-private R&D and extension network for manure recycling technology

WP6 Land recycling

14 young

researchers

WP1

Scientific training

WP2

Generic training

International conference

UCPH

RAMIRAN

Training + R&D networks

SDU

Joint, mutually recognised doctoral training-program

Lasting research collaboration

WU

ISA-UTL

Dissemination networks

Universities

CSIC/UMH

UTAD

ULI

UTO