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Avecom staat aan de voorhoede van diverse baanbrekende Europese en Vlaamse R&D-projecten, wat onze toewijding benadrukt om de grenzen van de biotechnologie te verleggen. Met onze diepgaande kennis in microbiologie, chemie en milieukunde streven we ernaar om waarde te creëren en vooruitgang te boeken.

We zijn trots om hand in hand te werken met gerenommeerde academische entiteiten en industriële partners om nieuwe producten en processen te ontwikkelen, en daarbij onze robuuste laboratoriumtesten, optimalisatie en opschalingsmogelijkheden in te zetten.

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AgriLoop

High value products from agricultural residues through sustainable chains

CAFIPLA

Combining carboxylic acid production and fibre recovery as an innovative, cost-effective and sustainable pre-treatment process for heterogeneous bio-waste.

BiolCEP

Combining carboxylic acid production and fibre recovery as an innovative, cost-effective and sustainable pre-treatment process for heterogeneous bio-waste.

CROSSROADS2

Innovative water treatment for the green city.

C-Shrimp

Sustainable indoor shrimp production

EcoPlastiC

Eco conversion of lower grade PET and mixed recalcitrant PET plastic waste into high performing biopolymers.

NewWave

Sustainable biobased products for the construction industry

BioVoice

Valorisation of sodium sulfate

Rustica

Demonstration of circular biofertilisers and implementation of optimized fertiliser strategies and value chains in rural communities.

SMARTINCS

SMARTINCS (Self-Healing – Multifunctional – Advanced Repair Technologies in Cementitious Systems) will implement new life-cycle thinking and durability-based approaches to the concept and design of concrete structures, with self-healing concrete, repair mortars and grouts as key enabling technologies.

Electra

The Electra consortium aims to jointly develop and test highly innovative bio-electrochemical systems-based remediation biotechnologies at laboratory scale in environmentally relevant conditions and bring the four most efficient technologies to the field in both China and Europe.

INGREEN

INGREEN is an EU-funded project that will produce functional innovative ingredients from paper and agro-food by-products through sustainable and efficient tailor-made biotechnological processes for food, feed, pharma and cosmetics.

H2P – Hydrogen to Protein

The aim of this project is to gain insights regarding the production of high-quality microbial proteins for applications in foodstuffs in the most efficient and economical feasible way. Hydrogen is used as an energy carrier.

YPACK

The project aims to scale up and validate two innovative food packaging solutions based on polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) with active properties and passive barrier to reduce food waste by prolonging food shelf life.

Power to Protein

Closing the artificial nitrogen cycle by direct N upcycling as microbial protein. The basis is a highly efficient microbial resynthesis process with a mixed culture of bacteria that use hydrogen as an energy source.

MicroNOD

The MicroNOD project aims to overcome key technological and non-technological barriers to establish an innovative sustainable value chain that upgrades inorganic nutrients from safe industrial side streams to a high-quality organic fertilizer for professional growers as well as for the retail sector.

LIFE NECOVERY 

LIFE NECOVERY is a research project co-founded by the European Community, through the LIFE+ Environmental Policy & Governance programme. LIFE NECOVERY project dealed with the issues of changing the current concept of WWTPs from being energy consumers to resource recovery sites. This is the new concept of WWTP of the future which consists in extracting resources (energy, nutrients) from wastewater.

LVM Biocells

This project demonstrated the applicability of an innovative, cost-efficient and energy-efficient remediation technique for groundwater contaminated with chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons for a site characterized by low natural groundwater flow velocities.

PROMIC

Research into the production of high quality microbial feed material through the valorisation from COD-rich secondary streams.