Irstea and TUHH presented the first results of the DECISIVE project during the 17th RAMIRAN conference, in front of around 400 delegates from 30 countries.
Held in Wexford, from 4 September to 6 September, the event brought a large scientific audience toegteher in order to share scientific and technical progress on the theme “Sustainable utilization of manure and residue resources in agriculture” with special sub-themes among which Advances in Technologies and Adoption and Impacts. The DECISIVE project was presented under these two last sub-themes.
Ina Körner (TUHH) gave an oral communication on “Challenges of kitchen waste collection for decentralised systems” based on the recent developments in the field of collection chaines for decentralised biowaste management. Anne Trémier (Irstea) presented a poster entitled “Developing decentralised management pathways for urban biowaste: a solution with micro-AD”. It summarized the specifications and the outcomes of the project’s research in the field of decentralised energetic valorisation.