RAMIRAN 2015 is focusing on closing the loop linking rural production and urban consumption systems and on the development of more sustainable solutions for the handling of residues.
Agriculture produces bioresources for food and increasingly also for material and energy provision. The majority of agro-products are used in urban areas where they are connected with waste and wastewater generation. On the one hand, these residues are actually disposed or inefficiently treated, on the other they have value for agricultural production.
Post Conference Workshops
11 September 2015
- Animal manure processing workshop
- Urban gardening workshop
- Institute tour through TUHH
- Art tour
The detailed programme is available under (programme)
|TA||Quality fertilizers from residues|
|TC||Advances in emission prevention|
|TD||The bioresource challenge|