We are pleased to invite you and your project/innovative technology/product to participate in the selection of the best available nutrient recovery technologies and products for deployment/market uptake promotion of Nitrogen/Phosphorus recovery innovations. All innovative Nitrogen and Phosphorus recovery technologies/products will be considered that
a) have already reached at least successfully completed post >TRL6/>IRL6 development maturity status (e.g. from TRL7 and higher maturity) and facing close to market uptake; and/or
b) already on the market and facing rapid market expansion and commercial deployment.
Participation in the NUTRIMAN inventory is voluntary and free of charge. The significant advantage and benefit for your participation is that in case you are selected in the contest, then we will support international marketing, deployment and market uptake of your technology and/or product.
We are pleased to invite qualified agricultural practitioners to participate in the NUTRIMAN Farmers Advisory Board "FAB", which is aiming the selection of the best available nutrient recovery technologies and products for market uptake and commercial deployment promotion of Nitrogen/Phosphorus recovery innovations that are either in “close to market” status or already on the market and facing rapid market expansion. Targeted potential FAB members: farmers, farmer association, farmers groups, Chamber Agri, Producer Organizations and other agri expert stakeholders from the EU countries with market competitive agri industrial operational experience and knowledge.
September 05, 2019
September 02, 2019
The NUTRIMAN Consortium consists of 14 high-quality partners and 4 associated partners from 8 EU countries: 9 research organisations; 3 industrial partners; 4 Chambers of Agriculture; 1 Farmer organisation and 1 non-profit organisation. Every week, one of the partners in the NUTRIMAN thematic network will be introduced via an interview, starting with Edward Someus from Terra Humana Ltd.
October 14, 2018
Location: Brussels, Belgium