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15 October 2019

3rd project meeting successfully held in Tartu

On 10th and 11th of October 2019, the BalticBiomass4Value project held a successful meeting at the Estonian University of Life Sciences in Tartu. In the course of this 3rd project meeting, members of the project consortium presented around 30 good practice business cases and discussed about the framework and methodology for sustainable development and dissemination of business models and cases in the Baltic Sea Region.

Additionally, two Estonian enterprises were visited as demonstration of best business case examples. Biometaan Ltd. (http://baltibiometaan.ee/en/) and Mangeni PM Ltd. in  the Kõo, Viljandi County, act in concert to use dairy production residues as a feedstock for biomethane production. Ahto Oja is a bioenergy and renewable energy expert and one of the managers of the enterprises. He presented the process fermenting cow manure into biomethane and the synergy of the both companies. Whilst he was tanking up his own car he said happily: “There is the manure and here is the fuel!”.

More best practice examples will be collected during the coming months. Therefore, if you want your enterprise to be part of our support, please contact us here.

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