28/08/2023, Brussels. From the European project LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0, we are delighted to announce the launch of our official YouTube channel, dedicated to sharing updates about the project and its impact on environmental sustainability in a more visual, accessible, and comprehensible way for the public. This launch is part of the project’s ongoing efforts to promote sustainable and efficient practices in organic waste treatment.

Anaerobic digestion, a biological process that breaks down organic matter in the absence of oxygen, is a cornerstone of sustainable waste management. Supported by the European Union’s LIFE program, LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0 has been dedicated to researching and promoting innovative solutions in this field, with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, producing renewable energy (biogas), and generating natural fertilizers.

This new YouTube channel will become an educational and awareness platform, where viewers can access informative videos, expert interviews, success case studies, and updates on project advancements. Furthermore, the channel will foster collaboration and dialogue by providing a space for the sustainability-minded community to discuss ideas, share experiences, and ask questions.

LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0 invites all those interested, from academics and professionals to the general public, to join us on this journey towards a more sustainable future.

To subscribe and stay informed about the latest updates visit: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7yM5OmClZuUKHy_3qbGlzg

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About LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0

LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0 is a pilot demonstration project, funded by the LIFE program with a budget of over 970,000 euros, which generates biogas in wastewater treatment plant digesters through the mixing of putrescible organic waste (manure, poultry, organic fractions, municipal solid waste, horeca, etc.), thus transforming sewage sludge into green energy through technology. The initiative, led by Global Omnium (Spain), in collaboration with the Finnova Foundation (Belgium) and Águas do Centro Litoral (Portugal), aims to become the most versatile digestion control tool in the market, achieving environmental and economic benefits through biogas production by optimal waste utilization. Thanks to this technology, it promotes the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and the utilization of sewage sludge generated in wastewater treatment processes, thus having a positive impact on the environment. This program is easily scalable with other funds such as the FEDER, NextGenerationEU, or RepowerEU.