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Microferm is a small scale cattle waste digestion facility built at a dairy farm in Den Bommel, Netherlands by bioenergy specialist, HoSt.
Fiscalini Farms uses two anaerobic digester tanks to manage the waste from its cattle.
Practical Action is implementing integrated rice-duck farming project in Chitwan and Nawalparasi districts of Nepal with the financial support of Grand Challenges Canada.
The Biological House was created by a multidisciplinary team involving more than 40 partners, including Copenhagen-based design firm Een TIl Een, sustainable architecture firm GXN, wood-treatment c
Tjeerd Veenhoven has created innovative uses for discarded tulip petals from the 800,000 flower heads that are discarded annually per hectare.
The close cooperation of the “Golden Triangle” – government, research institutes and industry – makes sure that the products in the Dutch dairy chain are safe and high quality.
In the United States, Pentair worked with Urban Organics to develop the Recirculating Aquaculture System.
Bio-based Connections is a collaboration of 11 companies, governments and institutions, with the aim of realising the bio-based economy in the wider Amsterdam regio
ReGen Village, outside of Amsterdam, is a model for a future, fully closed-loop settlement. In ReGen, any household waste that can be composted will feed livestock or soldier flies; the soldier fli
BrightFarms is an indoor farming operation that produces locally-grown fresh food to densely populated urban communities.
De Bolster only sells organic and biodynamic seeds in order to contribute to agrobiodiversity.
The company’s unique process enables retailers to recycle produce waste from their grocery department and resell it as an organic lawn and garden soil supplement.
mofato provides farmers with a set of digital tools that enables better decision making.
RotterZwam uses coffee bean waste that is typically thrown away to grow gourmet mushrooms.
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A San-Francisco startup believes it has found a solution for the guilty conscience of consumers who love eating dairy ice-cream, cheese and yoghurt, but oppose factory-style farming and its environ
Dutch water company Waternet is at the forefront of phosphorus recovery from sewage, a key fertiliser input.
Schut Papier has developed a paper made of waste agricultural fibres. ‘Valorise’ is made of remnants of tomato and pepper plants, which become waste after the fruit has been harvested.
GroCycle produces oyster mushroom kits (in a coffee-ground growth medium) for domestic use.
A report by RLI argues that the logistics industry can become a key enabler of circular economy, particularly focusing on the agri/food, chemical, high-tech sectors.
Friesland Campina forged an alliance with Omrin, Wageningen University, and Royal HaskoningDHV to identify the valorisation opportunities of manure.
pirDAP was formed as a collaboration between animal health company Zoetis, the Royal Dutch Society for Veterinary Medicine (KNMvD) and cattle management company CRV.
An abandoned steel mill in New Jersey, USA, will become the world’s largest vertical farm following investment by AeroFarms.
AMS Institute and Wageningen UR are working with the city of Amsterdam to trial a plant that sucks carbon dioxide and other harmful gases out of the air. The plant in Amsterdam called
Weyerhaeuser manages forests intensively to maximize the value of each acre and produce a sustainable supply of wood fiber for customers.
Rainforest Connection is an organisation that aims to stop illegal logging and poaching.
Vertical Harvest is a three story hydroponic farm that is designed to the unique weather conditions of Jackson, Wyoming.
Rossyew Ltd, based in Greenock, Scotland, produces proteins from Scottish salmon by-products and is used as an alternative to normal sources of protein for fish. Rossyew was establishe
The dewatering tunnel around Kimberley's Big Hole is fertile ground for mushroom farming, currently producing 100 kg of oyster mushrooms a week, with production
A high-tech, stable-based production farm, the Floating Farm, aims to be an innovation lab to research and develop the optimal process of food production, energy an
The Plant is a repurposed meat factory building that has been converted into a fish hatchery, hydroponic garden, commercial kitchen, and brewery for both beer and kombucha tea.
Beans4feed is a research programme in Scotland that is researching and designing techniques to use locally grown protein for fish feed.
Friesland Campina, WWF and the Rabobank are in the final stages of developing a biodiversity monitor, that includes measures and key performance indicators, to h
DOC Kaas is a leading Dutch cheese manufacturer of foil and nature ripened cheese that works with a cooperative of dairy farmers.
Leather is a resource–intensive product that is tied to the livestock industry.
The global dairy sector provides livelihoods and vital nutrition to billions of people worldwide.
Walt Davis Ranch practices regenerative grazing that preserves and extends the lifetime of the soil.
DeKringloopWijzer is an online platform for farmers.
Romania’ biggest biomass-cogeneration plant is located at the Holzindustrie Schweighofer sawmill in Radauti/Romania.
Tonnes of perfectly good fruit and vegetables get rejected before reaching shop shelves in the UK. That's produce that would otherwise be thrown away for being too big, too small, too ugly, or simp
Bloomfield Farms general manager Nick Papadopoulos developed cropmobster.com, a website where people involved with food production,
South Dakotan artist John Lopez has found a creative way to repurpose old farming tools and metal scrap.
ECF aquaponics farm systems combine two circulatory systems in a unique and environmentally friendly way, working cost-efficiently and successfully.
GrubMarket allows local farms, fisheries, commercial kitchens, certified home kitchens, and restaurants to sell their food through an online storefront directly to consumers.
SolarWall is a technology that uses the sun’s energy to pre-heat ventilation air.
OCAP stands for Organic Carbondioxide for Assimilation of Plants.
Infarm, a vertical farming startup in Germany, wants to eliminate transportation time altogether with a mini-farm that grows lettuce and herbs right in grocery store aisles.
Enterra accepts organic waste from farmers, grocery stores and food producers in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.
Farm from a Box provides communities with the tools required to grow their own food and earn an income.