Permanent members

There are two categories of SP members; the first is the permanent members who are invited to attend all meetings. These are established in the list below, and currently involve 12 members. Besides of these, a strong interaction has been established with other EU Projects, which are also listed below, 

The second category are SP members in the local territory of each partner who are invited to attend in person when the members meeting is held in that territory; otherwise they are members whose participation occurs through electronic communication (corresponding members). These members are not listed here, but their participation will be announced at each Meeting through this website.

 

Members of RES URBIS Stakeholder Platform

Stakeholder

Type

Activity

Role in the Platform

*WssTP - European Technology Platform for Water

Platform

Advances on wastewater treatment and resource recovery. Advice on regulatory gaps. Dissemination

*MWE - Municipal Waste Europe

Platform

The European association representing municipalities responsible for waste management and their publicly owned waste management companies,

Advances on municipal waste management and resource recovery. Advice on regulatory gaps. Dissemination

*Euraqua - European Network of Freshwater Research Organisations

Research Association

The aim of EurAqua is to give significant input on the development of the scientific and economic basis of European water management. EurAqua extensively support national policies as well as water business

Advances on wastewater treatment and resource recovery. Advice on regulatory gaps. Dissemination

*Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP)

Charity

Helping individuals, businesses and local authorities to reduce waste, recycle and use recycled content material

Advice on resource recovery from bio-waste.

Non technical dissemination and filling social expectations

*Ecoparc del Mediterrani SA (Spain)

Company

Collection and management of municipal waste in Barcelona, Spain

General advising as for waste collection and management and for business models. Possible end-user and technology provider

*AMA Roma (Italy)

Company

Collection and management of municipal waste in Rome, Italy

General advising as for waste collection and management and for business models. Possible end-user and technology provider

*Rhondda Cynon Taff County Council (RCT) (UK)

Public Authority

Collection and management of municipal waste in Rhondda Cynon Taf (Wales)

General advising as for waste management policy. Data and waste supplier for its region of responsibility. Possible end-user and technology provider

*ASOBIOCOMP (Spain)

Industrial Association

Spanish association of biodegradable and compostable plastics.

Advising on expectations and needs of bioplastic industries and consumers

*ASSOBIOPLASTICHE (Italy)

Industrial association

Italian association of biodegradable and compostable plastics.

Advising on expectations and needs of bioplastic industries and consumers

Legambiente (Italy)

ONG

Among most relevant italian associations for environmental protection

Advising on regulatory gaps, environmental constraints, non-technical dissemination andsocial expectations

Non-technical imaginative thinking

Contarina SpA (Italy)

Company/

Consortium

Waste collection and management in the Treviso Area (500.000 E.I)

Provision of feedstocks for experimental work.

Contarina has already acquired a pretreatment unit for OFMSW, which allows to produce a ‘squeezed’ matrix which can be considered as a perfect substrate for RES URBIS approach

Alto Trevigiano Servizi SpA (Italy)

Company/

Consortium

Wastewater treatment in the Treviso Area (500.000 E.I)

Provision of feedstocks for experimental work.

ATS work with the Treviso WWTP, which have already implemented the cycle integration, even if limited to energy production and DN optimization. This specific situation can be considered as a typical future platform to consider RES URBIS application.

Welsh Water (UK)

Utility

Responsible for the treatment of municipal waste water

Provision of feedstocks for experimental work.

Advising on impacts on wastewater and sludge management, taking into account local conditions

Promoting good practices and public responsibility for wastewater management

South Wales Local Authorities (UK)

Local Authorities

Overall responsibility for the collection and treatment of municipal food waste and residual wastes

Advising on impacts on waste management, taking into account local conditions

Promoting good practices and public responsibility for waste management

AD Plant Operators (UK)

Companies

Operators of the AD plants treating the municipal, commercial and industrial wastes produced in South Wales

Provision of feedstocks for experimental work.

Advising on impacts on wastewater and sludge management, taking into account local conditions

Promoting good practices and public responsibility for wastewater management

Model Holding AG (Switzerland) Company Develops, produces and delivers intelligent, innovative, high-value packaging solutions using cardboard and corrugated board.  
NNFCC Company

Consultancy with in-depth knowledge of the bioeconomy. Providing sector leading strategic business consultancy, analysing, explaining and de-risking the bioeconomy

 
BIO-QED EC project

Large scale demonstration for the bio-based bulk chemicals 1,4-butanediol and itaconic acid aiming at cost reduction and improved sustainability

Complementary stakeholders platform
AGRIMAX EC project Developing and demonstrating the production of multiple, high-value products from crop and food-processing waste. Complementary stakeholders platform
NoAW EU project

Optimal management and resource recovery from agricultural by-products and waste

Complementary stakeholders platform
Smart-plant EU project Resource recovery from urban wastewater (including PHA and nutrients) Complementary stakeholders platform

* Stakeholders who have already expressed their willing to support RES URBIS by directly participating to the SP