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Do you have a biogenic by-product that you would like to recycle? Are you developing a biomass processing technology? Do you want to stimulate innovation in the border area between Germany and the Netherlands? Then get to know the Interreg project Realise-Bio during the kick-off on 25 April.

The Interreg VI Germany-Netherlands project Realise-Bio aims to realise a circular bio-economy and circular economy in the programme area to make the border region Germany-Netherlands greener and more liveable. This is to be achieved mainly through the promotion and monitoring of pilot projects, which will be awarded to cross-border consortia and can be financed with up to €75,000.

The kick-off event on 25 April in Düsseldorf will not only present the project and explain how you can benefit from it, but also inspire you with ideas for model projects. In short pitches and plenty of room for networking with partners from the region.

Partners involved in Realise-Bio are: CLIB, Brightlands, Gemeente Venray, USV Agrar, Hochschule Niederrhein, Kompetenzzentrum 3N, LLTB en AMIBM.

Participation is free of charge. The event will be held in German and Dutch.

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