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Demonstrable and replicable cluster implementing systemic solutions through multilevel circular value chains for eco-efficient valorization of fishing and fish industries side-streams

Descrizione del progetto

Da scarti di pesce a ingredienti a valore aggiunto

Il progetto EcoeFISHent, finanziato dall’UE, svilupperà tecnologie innovative per il pre-trattamento e l’estrazione di biomassa. Il suo obiettivo è permettere lo sfruttamento sostenibile ed efficiente dei flussi laterali della lavorazione del pesce al fine di ottenere elementi bioattivi e galantina per creare integratori alimentari a valore aggiunto e prodotti per la cura della pelle, nonché strati barriera biodegradabili e compostabili per imballaggi alimentari. Inoltre, ulteriori flussi laterali dell’industria della pesca saranno convertiti in fertilizzanti per il suolo, olio per biodiesel e chitina per applicazioni cosmetiche. Verrà infusa nuova vita persino nelle vecchie reti da pesca grazie alla loro trasformazione in componenti automobilistici a base di polimeri e imballaggi per prodotti cosmetici. L’obiettivo principale del progetto è dare dimostrazione di un cluster replicabile, sistemico e sostenibile volto alla diffusione territoriale di un’economia circolare a impatto climatico zero.

Obiettivo

EcoeFISHent demonstrates a replicable systemic and sustainable cluster for territorial deployment of the climate-neutral circular economy by creating six multilevel and synergic circular value chains (CVC) interconnecting blue- and green-economies to reconcile human industrial and economic activities with marine ecosystems and marine protected areas.
The EcoeFISHent innovative bio-mass pre-treatment and extraction technologies will enable sustainable and efficient exploitation of fish processing side-streams (FPS) by obtaining bio-actives and galantine for high value-added food supplements and skin care products, biodegradable and compostable barrier layer for food packaging. Other fishing- and fish-industry side-streams (FFS) will undergo the Black Soldier Fly bioconversion to yield innovative soil fertilizer, oil for biodiesel and chitin for cosmetic applications. End of life fishing nets from aquaculture and fisheries will be recycled and converted into automotive polymer-based components and into packaging for cosmetic products. The multilevel interconnected cluster will be managed by a cloud-based platform communicating with physical IoT systems enabling safe and efficient operation of the logistic and transport infrastructure. The cluster busines model and the cluster digital twin will allow simulating critical and optimal scenarios for quantitative analysis of cluster performance measured by dedicated KPIs, also enabling the assessment of the cluster replicability in other geographic areas and fostering investments pipelines. Community and stakeholder?s involvement will be promoted also in the implementation of specific actions for marine ecosystem preservation by modeling, application of better practices and technologies for strongly reducing by-catch and for stopping ghost gears. Social and justice inclusion programs will be implemented by employing disadvantaged individuals, to increase overall cluster employment and to apply distributive justice criteria

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H2020-LC-GD-2020

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H2020-LC-GD-2020-3

Meccanismo di finanziamento

IA - Innovation action

Coordinatore

FINANZIARIA LIGURE PER LO SVILUPPOECONOMICO FI.L.S.E. SPA
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 845 358,75
Indirizzo
VIA PESCHIERA 16
16122 Genova
Italia

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Regione
Nord-Ovest Liguria Genova
Tipo di attività
Other
Collegamenti
Costo totale
€ 945 358,75

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