RUN workshop
with regional farmers

The University of Hohenheim organized a first workshop with regional farmers. The aim was to discuss the use of fertilizers that are being developed in the project.

The Mission

In the research project RUN is a pilot ptoject that aims at developing and implementing a concept for the regional circulation closure of recyclable materials from biowaste and domestic wastewater.

Project partners from different disciplines are jointly developing structures and technologies where the regionally separate collection, processing, conversion and return of nutrients go hand in hand at different levels.

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Sponsors

The Mission

In the research project RUN is a pilot ptoject that aims at developing and implementing a concept for the regional circulation closure of recyclable materials from biowaste and domestic wastewater.

Project partners from different disciplines are jointly developing structures and technologies where the regionally separate collection, processing, conversion and return of nutrients go hand in hand at different levels.

Coordination
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Kranert

Chair holder Lehrstuhlinhalber of "Waste management and Emissions"

Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management (ISWA)

Am Bandtäle 2

70569 Stuttgart

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 711 685-65500

E-Mail: martin.kranert@iswa.uni-stuttgart.de

Funding:

RUN is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the framework programme "Research for sustainable development" (FONA3) and the funding programme "Agricultrural Systems of the Future with approximately 4.2 million euros for an initial period of three years.

Duration:
04/01/2019 to 03/31/2022

Funding reference number: 
031B0732E

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