The report titled “Industrial Segmentation, criteria and correlation to the FISSAC first application” deals with the replicability of the FISSAC model. The topic is investigated setting up a methodology for industrial segmentation, aimed at evaluating the replicability potential. A list of tailored criteria guides the assessment of different opportunities.
Have a look at the report!
RINA presented the FISSAC project activities during the workshop called “Today‘s waste, tomorrow material” within the World Sustainable Energy Days (session “Innovation Workshops Energy and Buildings”) on 28th February 2019 in Wels, Austria.
The workshop was also an opportunity to exchange experiences with other H2020 projects dealing with the ciruclar economy: RE4, Green INSTRUCT, VEEP, InnoWEE
Here some pictures.
We take this opportunity to thank the FISSAC partner FENIX for the organization.
On the 25th and 26th of February 2019, FISSAC team joined the World Resources Forum in Antwerp. At the “Industrial Symbiosis in Euorpe” booth, FISSAC, together with other SPIRE Projects (SHAREBOX, EPOS, SYMBIOPTIMA, URBANREC), showcased the ongoing activities and exposed some samples of the products being produced.
The FISSAC Industrial Symbiosis Platform was presented by the partner RINA during a conference.
It was a great opportunity to meet people, exchange ideas and draw inspiration for the next challenges.
Special greetings to IRIS and OVAM for the organizaion.
FISSAC team is going to partecipate to the side-event ‘Industrial Symbiosis in Europe’, that will be held in the World Resource Forum Antwerp 2019 Event , 25th-26th February in Antwerp (Belgium).
You will find us at the booth 28 and we invite you to take part at the conference (here the agenda). It will be a great opportunity to join presentations and demonstrations of the ongoing activities. The focus will be on the FISSAC Industrial Symbiosis Platform, with interactive tutorial demonstrations.
We invite you to register, spread the word and hopefully also participate in our side event!
The upcoming HARMONI summit will gather stakeholders from the industry, academia, European Commission and national organisations to exchange on non-technological barriers to innovation in the process industry in Brussels on 16-17 January 2019.
On the 17 January 2019, FISSAC team will take part in the workshop waste management – regulatory challenges for intensive industries and standardisation potential.
You can download the full agenda here. Join us!