Search results for Residual flows

News | 23/08/2021

Residual soil cleaned and returned to the field?

Residual soil cleaned and returned to the field?

Decontamination of residual soil from potatoes and root vegetables to make it free of nematodes and the weed called chufa or yellow nut sedge, as well as setting up a pilot plant at a processing plant: these are the goals of the follow-up project to "Restaarde Circulair".

Research projects

Upcycling processes of uncontrolled green macroalgae growth and residual biomass from brownmacroalgae and legumes to obtain alternative sources of proteins for food and feed applications

The processing industry is also requesting protein formulations of organic origin that can be produced at low cost and with a lower environmental impact.This project has a double objective: (1) taking advantage of the by-products of the processing of materials of vegetable origin (legumes) (2) using residual macroalgae as raw material for proteins obtained

Upcycling processes of uncontrolled green macroalgae growth and residual biomass from brownmacroalgae and legumes to obtain alternative sources of proteins for food and feed applications

Research projects

Sustainable up-cycling of agro-, agrofood and fisheries residues in horticulture and agriculture as bioenergy, biochar and chitin-rich products

We work (further) on residual flows from agro, agri-food and fishery activities, which are processed into compost, plant fibers, biochar and chitin. The final goal is to come up with technically sound and economically interesting cultivation substrates, in collaboration with a number of partners who contribute their practical knowledge.

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