Take the chance to meet up 10th of September with biogas experts from academy and industry! 46 registered from Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Austria and the Netherlands so far! See the full program on www.ibbaworkshop.se. Last day to register is 31st of August!
3rd IBBA Workshop 2015 - Pretreatment of lignocellulosic substrates for biogas production
When and where: (9th)-10th of September 2015, at Ängavallen conference centre, close to Malmö, Sweden, easily accessible from CPH airport!
Join as exhibitor or sponsor and get a presentation in the workshop program!
Enjoy the food and ambiance of the countrylife of Southern Sweden!
Network at the welcome reception the 9th and at set-aside time throughout the event!
Take a look at our interesting conference program!
The conference program with nine different speakers is now online, representing the latest developments in Germany, Sweden, Poland, Denmark and Austria. Some examples below:
Every year IBBA organize a workshop within a specific topic in the biogas field. The purpose of the workshop is to create networking between researchers within the same field in the baltic region. This year's topic is pretreatment of lignocelllulosic substrates. Straw and other lignocellulosic substrates constitute a large part of the European biogas potential. These substrates are difficult to digest without a suitable pretreatment method that increase the methane yield and decrease the required retention time in the digester.
Join the conference as sponsor or exhibitor, plenary presentation time included!
A warm welcome to our first sponsor, Landia: Pumping and Mixing Solutions - made in Denmark'
Also a warm welcome to our three other exhibitors, Bioprocess Control, Tekniska Verken Linköping and Yara!
There is a full hour allocated for sponsoring (10 min - 1,000EUR) and exhibiting (5 min - 500EUR) companies to take the opportunity to showcase their products within the pretreatment sector. Full attendance for one person included in the price. Please consult the exhibitor and sponsor page to learn more!
Guided tour on Ängavallen farm by the founder, Rolf-Axel Nordström:
"All cultivation at Ängavallen is 100 percent organic. This means that we do not use artificial fertilizers, pesticides or other chemical additives. Everything is permitted to grow as nature intended. The crops consist of old, native varieties that have adapted to our climate and type of soil over the decades. Resistant varieties that grow healthily. These varieties grow more slowly than modern varieties, but in return they provide more taste.
All pork, lamb and beef as well as all cured meats come from the farm’s own HälsoDjur® and are sold under the registered trademarks. Original, native breeds (Swedish Red Poll cattle, Swedish Forest Sheep, Linderöd pigs) that have roamed freely under the open sky and that have lived a good life and have been reared on the farm’s vegetable fodder, which is organically grown and naturally fertilized. The animals have not been given any medicines and they are slaughtered on the farm, in a dignified manner and entirely stress-free."
The event is organized by Energiforsk - The Swedish Energy Research Centre (formerly SGC, Swedish Gas Technology Centre), and co-hosted by DBFZ (Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum) and the independent company Institute for Biogas.
Best regards on behalf of the organizing committee. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Mattias Svensson (+46406800762, firstname.lastname@example.org)
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