Novel organic recovery using mobile advanced technology
HORIZON 2020 - Project ID: 863000
1. Centre for Research Technology Hellas (Greece)
2. Cluster of Bioenergy and Environment of Western Macedonia (Greece)
3. University College London, Circular Economy Lab (United Kingdom)
4. Waste Management of Western Macedonia SA (Greece)
5. Stichting IHE Delft Institute for Water Education (Netherlands)
6. URBASOFIA SRL (Romania)
7. Atriga Consulting Services Ltd (Malta)
8. Water Services Corporation (Malta)
9. Matesion GP (Greece)
10. LEAP Micro AD Ltd(United Kingdom)
11. European Science Communication Institude (Germany)
12. Stopford Energy and Environment (United Kingdom)
13. University of Florence, Dep. Of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Forestry (Italy)
14. Associazione Regionale Comuni Italiani Lazio (Italy)
15. Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
NOMAD’s goal is to support a vibrant organic circular economy model that can be replicated widely across rural, peri-urban and eventually, urban areas. It will expand circular enterprise opportunities by diversifying the range of organic products that can be derived from digestate as well as exploring how digestate can be combined with other organic waste by-products to increase the value of all inputs. In doing so, it will generate jobs and training opportunities to enhance rural livelihoods and strengthen sustainable agricultural practices through greater resource efficiency and reduced reliance on non-renewable resources. At the heart of the project lies the critical collaboration between EU and Chinese research and technical partners in co-designing an innovative approach to digestate valorization.
DIADYMA’ s role in NOMAD is based on its experience in the areas of environmental engineering, waste management systems, circular economy, waste production minimization and recycling, analysis and evaluation of environmental impacts. Through a detailed and comprehensive study, DIADYMA is actively participating in regulatory reviews and legislation approvals in national and European level for the pilot-scale application of NOMAD technology. Moreover, DIADYMA has numerous resources to facilitate the NOMAD project and especially NOMAD technology for digestate processing and utilization, like pilot mechanical composters, through which it will provide digestate material to be subjected to pilot-scale tests in the NOMAD unit. Furthermore, DIADYMA will participate in the pilot scale tests and coordinate the demonstration of the NOMAD unit in Western Macedonia Greece.
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