Condensia participates in the European Horizon 2020 Funguschain Project

From 7 to 9 May 2018, a very fruitful 18th meeting was held at the Aitiip Technology Centre in Zaragoza (Spain), where our Technical Director explained the development of Condensia's participation in the Proyect. In the next phase, with a consolidated cascade approach, we are defining the expansion and design of the demostration plant.

Published at 13 Jun, 2018

Condensia participate in the Horizon 2020 Funguschain Project, which held its second meeting in Alicante (Spain) last 4th April 2017.

Each year, the European Union produces around 90 million of tonnes of food waste. If we focus on the mushroom farming industry alone, each week more than 60,000 tons are generated. There are, however, major opportunities to turn these outcomes into high value products and this is exactly what the FUNGUSCHAIN Project aims to do, by means of setting up in... Read More...

Published at 16 May, 2017

The Horizon 2020 FUNGUSCHAIN Project has celebrated its first meeting in Amsterdam (The Netherlands), November 30th 2016, in which Condensia has participated.

The project, with a budget of 11 million euros, is co-funded by the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) under the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. It is driven by the Vision and Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda (SIRA) and will boost the bio-based econo... Read More...

Published at 30 Jen, 2017

Condensia will participate in the new Horizon 2020 Project "Funguschain"

The project aims at the integral valorisation of agricultural residues coming from mushroom (Agaricus Bisporus) agricultural residues to set up new cascading possibilities using innovative procedures to extract high value bio-based additives (antioxidants, antimicrobials, proteins), convert lipids into bioplasticizers and polysaccharides (glucans and fermentable sugars) into biopolymers Read More...

Published at 25 Aug, 2016

Supported by 7th European Framework Agreement, Condensia Quimica has been actively involved in the project Dibbiopack now coming to an end.

The current consumption levels of plastic bags, bottles and packaging made from petroleum, result in high levels of littering and an inefficient use of resources and cause environ­mental pollution, threatening aquatic eco-systems worldwide for the issue of the presence of garbage in the water bodies.

Within this context, the European Unio...

Published at 29 Feb, 2016

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