Micro H2AD Horizon Project will hold its final meeting at AINIA, in Valencia, on Friday 20 th October. This event will be served to learn about how this novel technology can reduce the waste disposal costs and support the business growth.
The Micro H2AD technology is leading the global drive for countries to meet their Paris Accord environmental objectives. The system that is micro in scale and fully housed in 20 foot shipping containers making is modular and scalable. With funding from the Horizon 2020 fund and support of collaborative partners based in Denmark, Spain & Ireland, H²AD is a novel micro-scale technology for the rapid recycling, reuse & safe disposal of organic waste.
H²AD technology empowers companies and organisations in all countries, developed or developing, irrespective of size to engage with a circular economy business model to reduce waste production & carbon footprint with the added value of renewable energy, all at source.
The agenda for the event is as follows:
9.15 – 10.00 Registration & networking
10.00 – 10.10 Welcome & Introduction to AINIA. Paz Gomez, Project Manager, AINIA
10.10 – 10.30 Introduction to Lindhurst Engineering, H2AD & MFC Technology
Cham Kang, Head of Marketing & Laura Porcu, Chief Scientist, Lindhurst Engineering
10.30 – 11.30 Overview of the H2AD Horizon 2020 Case Studies. Darren Bacon, Head of Engineering, Lindhurst Engineering & Laura Porcu
11.30 – 12.00 BREAK
12.00 – 12.30 AINIA H2AD Case Study. Paz Gomez, Darren Bacon & Laura Porcu
12.30 – 13.30 Breakout Session: ?Understanding Your Waste Treatment Challenges’
13.30 – 14.00 Feedback from Breakout Session. Darren Bacon, Laura Porcu & Paz Gomez
14.00 LUNCH & TOURS OF THE H2AD SYSTEM (AINIA Facilities)
To attend to Micro H2AD Horizon Project final meeting at AINIA.