ALG-AD worked on a new circular economy solution to take excess waste nutrients produced from anaerobic digestion of food and farm waste to cultivate algal biomass for animal feed and other products of value.
You can visit the exhibition on microalgae and anaerobic digestion at the experimental farm of Derval in France, near Nantes. This includes panels giving details on topics such as sustainable agriculture and the use of algae and energy autonomy on farms, and it also includes a photo exhibition.
For those who aren’t able to visit in person, you can also discover it through an audioguide application (available in English and French). And you can also watch a guided visit in the video below:
The ALG-AD Decision Support Tools can help you to understand and explore how algal cultivation technologies might work for you:
All available here (in English).
Many videos have been developed. These include videos about the project’s results, replays of many webinars organised by the project, interviews and many more, To watch them, go to the YouTube channel.
In April 2022, AC3A organised the final meeting for this project in Nantes. The partners joined a number of interesting discussions and visits. More info.
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On this page you can find a summary of all of the deliverables.