Stakeholder Workshop: New ways of using sugar beet pulp!
Speaker: Daan van Es (Wagening University & Research) SeniorScientist for Organic Chemistry & Catalysis
Title of the session: Conversion of sugar beet pulp components into valueadded products for home & personal care and performance materials. In this session we will present our latest developments in the conversion of sugarbeet pulp components into value added products for home & personal care andperformance materials. We will show the latest results in pectin-based sulphur-freeanionic surfactants, an innovative, green and sustainable processes for theproduction of galactaric acid and a unique bio-based chelating agent and buildingblock. An important part of the session will be to learn from the audience what theyexpect and require from bio-based surfactants and other functional chemicals. Workshop session 2
15:15 – 17:30 h
Speaker: Philippe Willems (Orineo), founder and managingdirector of Orineo
Title of the session: When waste becomes design: How to make more money from a side-streams of sugar beet pulp This session will present a strategy to create more value for side-streams from theagro- and food-industry by leveraging on their rational (functionality), emotional(colour, texture, odour, etc.) and intuitive (perception of the original feedstock)values. Various examples are presented to illustrate this approach, in particular fromthe BBI JU project Pulp2Value. Attention will also be given to the integrationof this approach in biorefinery concepts. A significant part of the session willbe to discuss the Pulp2Value approach from different perspectives with theparticipants. At the end of each workshop, we will welcome you to snacks and drinks in a relaxedatmosphere and look forward to fruitful discussions.Participation is free of charge. The maximum contingent is limited to 30persons. For registration please contact: Svenja.email@example.com Please do not hesitate to contact me, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to see you in Lyon!Kind regards The PULP2VALUE consortium Source: nova-Institut GmbH