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On 14 April 2016, ACR+ will be joining the German final conference of the NEWAPP project. NEWAPP is a research project that is co-founded by the European Commission under the FP7 program.

The project aims at developing a new valorization pathway for biomass waste streams through Hydro Thermal Carbonization (HTC) technology. The HTC process converts Biomass waste streams into carbon. Instead of releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, the carbon biomass is transformed into a peat-like material, which can be used to develop new products of industrial interest such as fuel, activated carbons for water treatment, soil remediation, carbon sequestration schemes and other applications.

Focusing on the German market, this conference will present the NEWAPP project and its outcomes to a broad audience in the capital of Germany, Berlin. It will furthermore bring in experts from outside the project consortium to discuss the HTC technology and its application, particularly in soil. To find out more about this event and to register, please consult the conference programme.

This event is free of charge and open to all.

Date and Time: 14 April 2016
Location: Representation of Baden-Württemberg
                  Tiergartenstraße 15, 10785 Berlin
Event language: German/English

For registration please fill in the form on page 2 of the programme and send it to Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.. Registrations are open until 1 April 2016.

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In addition, ACR+ would like to remind you of another NEWAPP conference taking place in Brussels on 12 April 2016. It will present the NEWAPP project and its outcomes to a wide audience. Registrations are still open, so do not hesitate to register (this event is free of charge and open to all).

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