Research and innovation are crucial for the promotion of nutrient recycling as an essential component of the circular economy. The ESNI (European Sustainable Nutrient Initiative) conference showed how EU research is working to raise awareness on the benefits of nutrient recycling and reuse (NRR).
Around 150 researchers, farmers, policy–makers, industry representatives and other stakeholders came together to discuss and share information on NRR at the first edition of this conference, held on 22 January in Brussels.
Under the umbrella of the Biorefine Cluster Europe, a network of projects working on bio–based recovery issues, six EU projects financed by the H2020 and the INTERREG V B NWE research and innovation programmes joined forces to organise this full-day conference: Circular Agronomics, Nutri2Cycle, NUTRIMAN, Phos4You, ReNu2Farm and SYSTEMIC.
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