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Solid Waste Treatment, FERTILAND Project

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Angelo BORRINI …

Angelo BORRINI
Technology for Sustainability International Forum - Bologna 2011

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  • 1. FERTILANDIA LEATHER (final product) CUOIODEPUR 30% WATER 100% TANNERY TREATMENT RAW WASTE DISTRICT PLANTMATERIAL WATER 70% SLUDGE NO TANNED SOLID WASTE CCT INTEGRATED LEATHER LEATHER MEAL waste processing MEAL organic fertilizer GOZO COTTAGE AGRICULTURE Preparing the project • Prototype with animal meals: 2002-2003 • Research for animal meals substitute (2003-2007): – Tanneries’ collaboration – Technology – Partner searching – Roadmap and budget plan • Searching for co-financing: 2008 ECO-INNOVATION PROGRAMME
  • 2. How the project came together (1)How the project idea emergedIDEA: Innovation activity which significantly improves environmental protection as it substantially reduces pollution caused by industrial wastesStarting point: an SME (Cuoio-Depur) wants to invest in the first application and market uptake of its eco-innovative product which has the following features:− Reduces the environmental impacts of the leather sector processes and contributes to the optimal (re-)use of waste matter resources into the agriculture sector- pre-commercial phase of an innovative product (organic fertilizer)- 20 years of research not project at research stage with- experience in the field/previous projects (?) high technology risks- not project with a very high financial risk• Objectives of Cuoio-Depur: Cuoio- Depur:− First application and market uptake of the eco-innovative product− To finally exploit the solution with replication potentialities− To build up long-term marketing strategy (raising awareness/avoid prejudices on the product)− Commercialisation and long-term profitHow the project came together (2) Search for opportunities in existing European Programmes Priorities/activities/scope did not coincide Participation to the CIP Eco-Innovation Pilot Call Information Day in Brussels on May 2008 Eco-Innovation Programme suitable to co-finance the activities and objectives of the Cuoio-Depur’s project Application
  • 3. How the project came together (3) Partners Main needs: Building up Experience/Know how Cuoio-Depur (IT) Production process Monitoring and training + CCT (IT) activities Market uptake Agriculture sector, + Gozo Cottage and dissemination (Gozo, Malta) testing in different groundsHow did the partners find each other?Networking after participation and contribution of “future” FERTILANDIA project staff to activities in Gozo, namely Conferences on CAP funded by EC DG AGRI (2007). Consortium• How to choose the right partners? MAIN ASSET: previous networking activitiesWithin FERTILANDIA project:- Previous contacts thanks to dissemination activities related to EU projects- Approach towards EU value projects and activities- Geographical aspects- Previous experience in EU funded projects- Confidence in the project objectives- Interest in and feasibility of the tasks proposed within the project- Readiness of skills and competences
  • 4. Negotiation period• Communication of shortlisted project: 10/02/2009• Duration of the negotiation: 02/04/2009• Main points to be clarified: - Budget: Provide more details on the calculation of human resources involved; more details of subcontracted activities -Partnership: Further explaination of the roles of the partners in the project implementation -Further information on the technical aspects of the project -Tasks implementation• Main results/modifications: -Budget adjustment - Inclusion of a new Working Package on coordinated dissemination between Eco – Innovation projects• Approach: collaborative with EACI How we prepared the application • Not particular problems General requirements of the application form • Solutions Deep knowledge of the guidance notes and contact EACI • What are our recommendations to the audience? Market aspect of the proposal – economic value Clarify added value of the project to the market in terms of eco-innovation

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