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SEACOLORS PROJECT FINAL EVENT

  • 29 sep 2016
  • BIOSPAIN 2016 Bilbao Exhibition Centre - BEC Ronda de Azkue, 1 48902 Barakaldo, Bizkaia (Spain), Bizkaia mostrar mapa
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SEACOLORS PROJECT FINAL EVENT

The main aim of the LIFE SEACOLORS project (http://www.seacolors.eu/index.php/en/) is the demonstration and validation of obtaining natural dyes from algae, a sustainable and renewable natural resource, to replace the synthetic dyes currently used in the textile industry which are pollutants and harmful to the environment. Due to the higher biodegradability of natural dyes from algae, the main benefit, a reduction in the industrial water purification process, is expected.

This project is intended to create a wide network where partners can exchange experience between the marine, biotech and textile sectors, in order to share opportunities and establish privileged links between diverse projects and partners, creating great opportunities for collaboration and synergies.

This event will be held in the city of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain), the 29th of September from 10.00 to 15.30.

The session is dedicated to the understanding of marine resources and their possible uses, opportunities and implementation in traditional sectors. Another discussion will take place on the importance of sustainability and extracting value from waste and by-products as indispensable factors to be applied in the value chains of the industry. 

Thanking you in advance for your time and we hope to count on your valuable participation in the final event of the SEACOLORS project.

Programme

10:00 - 11:00 SESSION 1. DESCRIPTION AND RESULTS OF SEACOLORS PROJECT

     Textile Industry Research Association – AITEX (Spain). “General Description”

     Textile Industry Research Association – AITEX (Spain). “Social and economic impact”

     Textile Industry Research Association – AITEX (Spain). “Application in textile industry”.

     Spanish Bank of Alage – BEA (Spain). “Results and developments in algae”.

11:00 - 12:30 SESSION 2. APPLICATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES DERIVED FROM MARINE RESOURCES: ALGAE

     ALGAPLUS (Portugal). “Algae production systems: characteristics and benefits”.

     GREEN SEA (France). “Algae based cosmetics and pharmaceuticals”.

     OCEAN HARVEST TECHNOLOGY (Netherlands). “Biotextile products”

     ALGAENERGY (Spain). “Maturity stage of microalgae production technologies”

12:30 - 13:00 Coffee break

13:00 - 13:50 SESSION 3: BIOTECHNOLOGY IN THE TEXTILE AND LEATHER INDUSTRY

     INESCOP / SHOEBAT (Spain). “Improvement of processes”

     CENTEXBEL (Belgium). “advanced technical textiles for cultivation of macroalgae”.

     Univ. Miguel Hernández (Spain). “Bioplastic-based enzymatic system for wastewater dyes”

13:50 - 14:40 SESSION 4: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN BIOECONOMY

     NEIKER - ENERGREEN (Spain). “Biodiesel from microalgae”.

     CETAQUA (Spain). “Sustainable wastewater treatment technologies”.

     AIMPLAS - BISIGODOS (Spain). “New added value bioproducts”-

     CARTIF - REVA-WASTE (Spain). “Extracting value from waste”.

14:40 - 15:30 SESSION 5: ROUND TABLE. SOCIETAL CHALLENGES

     DULCESOL (Spain). “Food industry”.

     NEOALGAE (Spain). “Biotech Industry”.

     AITEX (Spain). “Textile industry”

     CETMAR Foundation (Spain). “Research and Innovation”.

15:30 Lunch and networking

 

Project coordinated by:

AITEX Textile Research Institute

Participating institutions:

ALGA+ Produção e Comercialização de algas e seus derivados Lda.

Banco Español de Algas. Universidad Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Spanish Bioindustry Association ASEBIO 

 

The assitance to the event is free of charge. Registration is requiered to participate in the event. 

For any further information please contact Pilar Caro (pcaro@asebio.com). 

 

 

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