We have made two proposals:
The consortium, which includes BIOPOLINEX, submitted a proposal for the competition Horizon 2020 Call: H2020-MG-2018-2019-2020(2018-2020 Mobility for Growth)Proposal title : Hybrid Exhaust-gas-cleaning Retrofit Technology for International Shipping HERTIS
Today almost all medium and low-speed marine diesel engines run on heavy fuel oil with a high sulphur content, which inevitably leads to the formation of three main pollutants: nitrogen oxides -NOx, sulphur oxides – SOx and particulate matter – PM. Current technological solutions for lowering emission levels are not enough to meet the transformational challenge in the innovative and cost-effective way. The HERTIS project will develop novel, hybrid technology based on the concept of combining two methods to clean up exhaust gases: irradiation by an electron beam accelerator and subsequent purification by improved wet-scrubbing technology. This innovative, hybrid, exhaust gas-cleaning retrofit technology will simultaneously provide a solution for the SOx, NOx and PM emissions challenge in a single technological system, which will cost less than operating on low-sulphur fuel or deploying a conventional scrubber. To roll out this ambitious agenda, HERTIS will bring together two parties that have never met before – the maritime and particle accelerator communities. Formed and operated through a consortium, the 11 partners from 7 countries, representing universities, technology institutes and industry, are fully engaged from the outset in generating complementary expertise, inter-disciplinary cooperation and a wider sharing of knowledge. HERTIS will drive the development of this technology to TRL 6, accompanied by a series of on-board tests for environmental and safety requirements. The lifetime costeffectiveness, market potential and environmental impact of this novel emission clean-up technology will be evaluated, and its results presented and disseminated to the relevant stakeholders and the general public.
The consortium, which includes BIOPOLINEX, submitted a proposal for the competition Horizon 2020Call: H2020-SFS-2018-2020 (Sustainable Food Security)Proposal title: Production of High-Quality Organic Fertiliser using Electron Beams – PHOEBe
PHOEBe will develop and demonstrate electron beam (EB) radiolysis technologies for the treatment and conversion of anaerobic digestate into high quality organic fertilisers and soil amenders in the EU and China with a focus on digestate from sewage sludge, food waste and pharmaceutical industry. By demonstrating the capabilities of electron beams to remove pathogens and potentially harmful chemicals from digestate and scientific assessment of properties and fertiliser performance in controlled pot trial and field trials we will realise a safe, nutrient rich, organic agricultural fertiliser to boost crop yields. We will create the confidence for widespread adoption of the technology thought engagement with the agricultural communities and policy making organisations to enable progress towards the aims of a circular economy and the goals of the Paris agreement to combat climate change.
Biopolinex Sp. z o. o. is a company whose domain of activity is energy efficiency, rational use of energy in accordance with the principles of sustainable development and investments in renewable energy sources.
Firma Biopolinex zarejestrowana jest w Krajowym Rejestrze Sądowym pod numerem 0000345851;
REGON: 060566982; NIP: 9462595328; kapitał zakładowy: 100 000,00 PLN opłacony w całości.