LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0 announces its end-of-year newsletter, a summary of all the progress and updates of the last months of 2023.
The project has continued its journey in sustainability by releasing the first episodes of its podcast on Spotify which, with a sensitive language accessible to all, opens a window into the future of environmental technology: each episode provides a perspective giving listeners a unique opportunity to learn and be inspired. Audiovisual content can also be found on the YouTube channel, which offers a variety of educational content, such as webinars and how-to videos.
The project has also been distinguished with the LIFE ECOdigestion Startup Europe Awards, a recognition that highlights excellence and outstanding contribution to the European startup scene, as well as participating in the European Waste Reduction Week, with its own awareness campaign.
Not only: events, news and synergies, thanks to important collaborations with innovative projects in sustainability, have characterised the project in the last part of the year, full of successes in the framework of its fight for a world of sustainability and green energy.
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About LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0
LIFE ECOdigestion 2.0 is a demonstration pilot project, funded by the LIFE program with a budget of over 970,000 EUR, generating biogas in wastewater treatment plant digesters by mixing putrescible organic waste (slurry, poultry, organic fractions, MSW, horeca, etc.), thus transforming sewage sludge into green energy through technology. Led by Global Omnium (Spain), in collaboration with the Finnova Foundation (Belgium) and Águas do Centro Litoral (Portugal), the project aims to become the most versatile digestion control tool on the market, achieving environmental and economic benefits by producing biogas through optimal waste utilization. This technology 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 FEDER, NextGenerationEU, or RePowerEU.