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INCREASE SUSTAINABLE FEEDSTOCK FOR BIO-BASED PRODUCTS - How to ensure feedstock availability and sustainability?

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Market phase: ACCELERATION To increase sustainable bio-based feedstock (waste, side streams, by products) and to find appropriate BBP that are more sustainable and cheaper but usually less strong with second generation compared to first generation.

Application sectors:

Textile products, clothing, sports and toys

Food packaging, disposable tablewear

Biofuels and bioenergy

Building, construction and restoration, paintings, decorations and furniture


Topics of discussion:

Supporting environment (Infrastructures, intermediaires, new business opportunities)


Challenges:

D3 – Increase sustainable 2G feed stock for b2b products

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How to organise new value chains for environmentally sustainable feedstock involving farmers in decision making process?

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Biobridges
25-02-2019 19:20

Cross-border cooperation may be an answer to waste circular value chains for border communities (example: https://www.ita-slo.eu/en/retracking)

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Which are the main barriers for feedstock availability?

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Biobridges
25-02-2019 19:07

Transportation: transforming centres are needed more and more . They need to be closer to feedstock producers due to high perishability of feedstock, which would get harmed during the travel (stalks for example)

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How can we promote sustainable feedstock without creating market barriers?

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When to use second generation instead of first generation for identified Bio-based products?

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How to increase the cascade use of biomass, where the biomass is valorized several times before being used for biofuel?

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