Short description of the ten selected outreach locations for publication on the website
The monitoring results of the technical performance (mass and energy balances) and product quality (composition, nutrient value etc) will be collected in a database (internal, confidential). On a yearly basis, these results will be analysed and a summary of the results will be published on the website in the form of factsheets.
During the course of the project, leaflets, videos and infographics will be produced with the objective of disseminating and communicating the project results and activities in different formats to reach a range of stakeholders. These documents and videos will be published on the project website and distributed through consortium networks and other existing networks at EU and Member State level.
A press release will be written following the kick-off meeting of the project to inform the agricultural, commercial and public sectors, policy makers and academics about the project objectives, planned activities and expected impacts. The document will be distributed throughout the network of the consortium members in order that they may target their local media and networks, as well as through existing networks (i.e. Biorefine Cluster, WSSTP, European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform, the IWA Resource Recovery Cluster and similar organisations at Member State and EU level.)
Design of 5 process flow schemes (1 for each of the demonstration plants), including due diligence requirements towards technical and operational performance. A technical report/fact sheet will be prepared for the public dissemination at the project website.
Since regulation is heavily impacting the economic feasibility of anaerobic digestion (AD) and nutrient recycling and recovery (NRR) the current regulation in project relevant member states will be evaluated and reported. Project relevant member states will be determined by the WP leaders.
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Author(s): Oscar Schoumans
Published in: Impact, Issue 2018/8, 2018, Page(s) 84-86, ISSN 2398-7073