University of Oulu

NO-WASTE - Utilization of Industrial By-products and Waste in Environmental Protection (317714)

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"Environmental pollution is a global problem. Unsustainable production of goods, improper treatment of the waste, emissions to air and water, and inadequate legislation causes growing problems to human beings and nature. The urgent need for reducing environmental load coming from industry, agriculture and communities demands for novel ways of thinking. NO-WASTE collaboration will attack to this current problem by developing environmentally sound and sustainable possibilities to utilize and valorise different wastes and emissions. The aim is to create valuable new products and renewable energy to minimize the waste as well as emissions to air and water. As a tool to achieve this aim, catalysis plays an important role. In addition, the sustainability of the each planned utilisation case will be evaluated. The cases are related to hydrogen and synthesis gas production from waste, utilization of CO2, organic gases and agricultural waste, and development of new products created by optimized hydrothermal carbonization process. This ambitious aim and wide operational area demands for extensive collaboration, but also forms a great possibility to widen the network after NO-WASTE. The exchange months during this four years program grows up to 205 months and the planned transnational network brings together experts of different disciplines from Finland, France, Germany, Brazil, Morocco and China. During the collaboration a solid basis for further collaboration will be established."
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Grant Number: 317714
Cordis Record Number: 108159
Project Start Date: 2013-04-01
Project End Date: 2017-03-31
Project Funder: EC/FP7/SP3/PEOPLE
EC Special Clause: false
Datapilot: false
Open Access Mandate: false
Coordinator contact: Eljander, Arto
Coordinator EU Contribution: 198400.0
EU Max Contribution: 419500
Total Cost: 419500
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