One of the pillars of the BBI-project "BioeconomyVentures" is to attract and engage with European innovators from the bio-based sector. BioeconomyVentures will launch 2 Open Calls addressing corporates with needs that could be addressed or solved by bioeconomy innovative solutions and innovators developing solutions in the vast bioeconomy domain.
With the #mycircularcity photo contest the COST Action Circular City is expanding the network of stakeholders to you and me. It encourages us to look around your city and see all the little or big puzzle pieces of the circular cities of tomorrow already now for an increased feeling of connectedness amongst European cities and citizens and empowerment for the movement of Circular Cities.
LooPi® was awarded the Green Concept Award 2021 in the Category Architecture & Tiny Houses. The international Green Product Award has been honoring products and services since 2013, which stand out in terms of design, innovation and sustainability.
alchemia-nova is leading installations in the Greek islands of Lesbos, Tinos and Mykonos. Six full scale demonstration sites (HYDRO1-6) with sustainable innovative and nature-based solutions for water/wastewater treatment and management are developed within HYDROUSA.
Study about secondary resources, their availability, the chemical pathways and a possible logistics concept for connected biorefineries
alchemia-nova is proud to announce its participation in the upcoming WATERAGRI project, currently in grant negotiation stage. As key technology providers, alchemia-nova will be responsible for a number of deliverables, including the development of a productive bio-filtration unit to capture nutrients from agricultural runoff. The system will include a plant-based drainage filter and provide for the reuse of recovered nutrient. alchemia-nova will furthermore conduct design workshops to establish a bio-inspired aeration system for constructed wetlands and be involved in multiple demonstration activities.
The Vienna-based Circular economy institute, alchemia-nova, this month launched a social project in collaboration with Caritas Wien, bringing together a diverse group of refugees in a workshop that will give birth to a upcycled office space. The inspiring project is a platform for integration and sustainability, helping to create job opportunities and skills, and recycle materials that would otherwise be discarded as waste.
Currently on display in the Hundertwasser Kunsthaus gallery is some clever nature-based technology that would delight Hundertwasser himself – a plant-based wetland wall that transforms wastewater into reusable water.
When Johannes Kisser, the founder and CEO of alchemia-nova, said 8 years ago that waste is a valuable resource, few believed him and most laughed the statement off. Since then, with alchemia-nova developing some of the most innovative nature-based and circular economy solutions that prove his statement, nobody doubts him and nobody is laughing.
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