During the Biofficiency project, our aim is not only to create new knowledge and advance the state of the art in biomass technology, but also to share this knowledge and teach others about it. Flemming Frandsen from DTU achieves this task by hosting regular workshops around the topic of ash for students and researchers alike. This April, another one of these workshops took place over the course of four days in partnership with Anita Pettersson and Lars-Erik Åmand from the University of Borås in Sweden. While Flemming talked about a broad range of topics regarding ash, Anita and Lars-Erik gave presentations on their area of research, covering topics ranging from ash handling to biomass and waste incineration, as well as emission control by use of additives.
As part of the workshop, a trip to Borås Energy and Environment was organised, where Karina Mc Conell gave a tour through their biomass-, waste-, and sewage sludge facilities.
We would like to thank all the organisers for their efforts towards providing this workshop for the public, with special thanks to Flemming, Anita and Lars-Erik for their interesting lectures. If you have any questions regarding upcoming workshops, you can contact us through the contact form on this website.