Final Conference INEMAD & GR3 projects Thursday 17 March 2016, in Ghent Belgium
The INEMAD and GR3 partners are proud to present their joint conference to present the results of these two projects. Common ground is the production of biogas from agricultural or municipal residues. Where GR3 is mainly looking at the supply chain to support the use of grass clippings for biogas production, INEMAD is looking at agricultural inputs to produce biogas and biobased fertilizers.
Topics investigated in the INEMAD projects are the use of digestate as a fertilizer in agriculture, if farmers are willing to use biobased fertilisers, the ecologic and economic efficiency of different manure processing technologies, the possible benefits and bottlenecks of cross border transport of manure (products) and the policy support mechanisms to produce biogas and use digestate as a fertilizer. More info on www.inemad.eu.
The GR3 project is focusing on the practical implementation of the use of grass clippings in biogas installations. The outputs of the project are linked to legislation, biogas-potential, grass-inventory, business plan development, etc. The results include an ecologic and economic analysis of different pathways. More information can be found on www.grassgreenresource.eu.
9.00 - 9.30: Registration
9.30 - 10.00: Welcome & introduction to the projects
10.00 - 10.30: Key-note speaker Jan Stambasky (President from the European Biogas Association)
10.30 - 12.00: Parallel sessions:
- INEMAD 1: Trade and transport of manure (products) in Europe
- INEMAD 2: Evaluation of different manure processing technologies
- GR3: Grass clippings into biogas: ecologic and economic evaluation of technologies
12.00 - 13.30: Lunch
13.30 - 15.00: Parallel sessions:
- INEMAD 1: Myths and realities on biobased fertilizers
- INEMAD 2: Think twice: designing support mechanisms for producing and using biobased fertilizers
- GR3: Tools and reports from the GR3 project to use grass in biogas production
15.00 - 15.30: Coffee break
15.30 - 16.00: Flying reporter gives an overview per session
16.00 - 17.00: Panel discussion
17:00 - 19.00: Reception
Conference Date & location:
17th of March 2016
Deadline for registration is March 9th, 2016. Participation fee is 30 Euros. The fee covers registration, coffee breaks, a welcome reception, lunch and a consumption at the final reception. You will receive an invoice by e-mail from UNITED EXPERTS.
Please register through:
The posters will remain exposed during the entire conference and can be visited during coffee and lunch breaks. There is a possibility to have an extended abstract of your poster published in a peer reviewed A2- journal “Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences”. Guidelines for the extended abstract can be found on http://www.ugent.be/bw/crop-protection/en/iscp/proceedings/manuscript_instructions/overview.htm. Send your abstracts to
before the 2nd of March, 2016.
Both projects are part of the Biorefine Cluster Europe, a cluster which
stimulates cross-project collaboration. Find out more at www.biorefine.eu.