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G1. Grass residue producers/suppliers in the municipal/regional government and waste management sector

G2. Grass residue producers/suppliers involved in the landscape/nature and water management/conservation sector

G3. Biogas plants owners and operators

G4. Constructors of machinery for mowing and biomass handling

G5. Policy and decision makers

Gain knowledge, training and support about how you can organize a sustainable grass residue value chain (collection, transportation and storage) and get support for making investment decisions on this matter through participation in the business development process. We will help you via:

  1. Development and validation of a biomass quality prediction protocol for predicting the suitability of grass residues for biogas production as a function of their origin and characteristics
  2. Cost-Benefit Analysis
  3. Manual for municipalities, road and water course management authorities, (inter)municipal waste management organizations and other enterprises involved in landscape management
  4. Matchmaking between biogas plants or integrated composting plants and you
  5. Workshop for municipalities, intermunicipal waste management organizations, roadside management authorities, etc. 
  6. Business plan development for supply chains
  7. Creation of joint declarations of intent and establishment of supply contracts
  8. Feasibility study of a differentiated gate-fee system for waste management associations
  9. Final publishable report

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Gain knowledge, training and support about how you can source grass residues and how to introduce grass residues as a feedstock (supply, storage, pre-treatment) and get support for making investment decisions on this matter through participation in the business development process. We will help you via:

  1. Development and validation of a biomass quality prediction protocol for predicting the suitability of grass residues for biogas production as a function of their origin and characteristics
  2. Development of a profitability calculation tool which can be used by digesters to evaluate the techno-economic feasibility of using grass residues as a feedstock
  3. Cost-Benefit Analysis
  4. Manual for operators of biogas plants and composting facilities with integrated biogas production 
  5. Matchmaking between you and stakeholders producing grass residues in the neighbourhood
  6. Workshop for existing and potential biogas plant and integrated compost plant operators interested in using grass residues as biogas feedstock 
  7. Business plan development for biogas plants
  8. Feasibility studies for biogas integration in composting plants
  9. Creation of joint declarations of intent and establishment of supply contracts

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You will be informed about user needs concerning grass residue value chain technologies. You will have a platform to disseminate available technologies for adapted handling of grass residues. We will help you via:

  1. Technical seminar for machinery builders
  2. Matchmaking between you and stakeholders in the neighbourhood

You will be informed about the benefits of grass residue digestion, the barriers to it and possible tools or strategies to overcome it. You will be involved in the formulation of policy proposals to that extent and will be encouraged to adopt them. We will help you via:

  1. Face to face interactions with policy makers and development of policy proposals 
  2. Public financing strategies for the integration of social employment in biomass chain
  3. Final publishable report
  4. Final regional conferences
  5. Organization of an open final conference 

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