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Eco-design, Agri-Bio-Industry Processes

Posters

Does biobased polymer achieve better environmental impacts than fossil polymer? Comparison of fossil HDPE and biobased HDPE produced from sugar beet.
S. Belboom, A. Léonard.
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Liège, Belgium

Regional specific Life Cycle Assessment: Importance of site-specific emissions.
H. Stichnothe.
Thünen Institut of Agricultural Technology, Bundesallee 50, 38118 Braunschweig, Germany

Life Cycle Environmental Impact Assessment of Bio-based Processes.
P. Karka, A. Kokossis.
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
FP7 KBBE Grant BIOCORE (FP7-241566) and “AI4B: Accountable IT Infrastructures for Optimizing Supply Chains in Biomass Symbiotic Networks”, General Secretariat for Research and Technology - Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs.

Utilisation of Industrial Symbiosis Techniques to form Symbiotic Bioenergy Networks.
G. Lignos, A. Kokossis.
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
EPIC – Symbiotic bio-Energy Port Integration with Cities by 2020 and AI4B

Discovering Waste Valorisation Paths Using Ontology Engineering.
F. Barla, A. Kokossis.
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Marie-Curie Grant RENESENG (ITN-607415)

Understanding the Environmental Impact of Irish Food Chains.
N. M. Holden, R. Liu, W. Chen, T. Oldfield, P. Rice, P. Sharma, E. White, M. Yan.
UCD School of Biosystems and Food Engineering (LCA Group), Agriculture and Food Science Centre, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

LCA of dairy processing: challenges of industry expansion for pasture based milk production.
M. Yan, R. Liu, N. M. Holden.
UCD School of Biosystems and Food Engineering (LCA Group), Agriculture and Food Science Centre, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

Using exergy analysis for eco-assessment.
R.M. Boom, F. Zisopoulos, K. Nikiforidis, A.J. van der Goot.
Wageningen University, Netherlands

Eco-design of ingredient production: dry and concentrated processing.
R.M. Boom, A.J. van der Goot, M.A.I. Schutyser.
Wageningen University, Netherlands

Eco-efficient protein foods.
R.M. Boom, A.J. van der Goot.
Wageningen University, Netherlands

Development of ionic liquid-polymer blended membranes for biobutanol recovery.
A. Hasanolu, D. Erdoan, J. Romero.
Yıldız Technical University Chemical Engineering Dept. Davutpaşa, Istanbul, Turkey

Linking Life Cycle Assessment and Uncertainty Analysis is an Efficient Tool to Evaluate the Environmental Performance of an Innovative Food Processing Technology.
A.K.S Woodhouse1, C. Pénicaud2, K. Östergren1, C. Krewer1.
1. SP- Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Department of Food and Biosciences
2. UMR GMPA, AgroParisTech, INRA, Université Paris-Saclay, 78850, Thiverval-Grignon, France

Eco-conception applied to food by-products valorization: development of a “dry” bio-refinery.
M. Jacotet-Navarro1,2,3, S. Deslis1,2, N. Rombaut1,2, A. Fabiano-Tixier1,2, F.-X. Pierre2,3, A. Bily2,3, F. Chemat1,2.
1. Université d’Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse, INRA, UMR408, GREEN Team Extraction, F-84000 Avignon, France
2. ORTESA, LabCom Naturex-Université d’Avignon, F-84000 Avignon Cedex, France
3. Naturex, 250 rue Pierre Bayle, BP 81218, F-84911 Avignon Cedex 9, France

Sustainable Life Cycle Assessment coupled to Process Engineering tools: Eco-design of bio-refinery processes.
R. Julio1,2, J. Albet1,2, P.Y. Pontalier1,2, C. Vialle1,2, J.P. Belaud3, C. Sablayrolles1,2.
1. Université de Toulouse, INP-ENSIACET, LCA (Laboratoire de Chimie Agroindustrielle), F31030 Toulouse, France
2. INRA, UMR 1010 CAI, F31030 Toulouse, France
3. Université de Toulouse, INP-ENSIACET, LGC (Laboratoire de Génie Chimique), F31030 Toulouse, France

Life cycle thinking coupled to process engineering for assessment and eco-design of agro-process: virgin olive oil production case study.
G. Busset1,2,3,4, J.P. Belaud3,4, C. Vialle1,2, M. Montréjaud-Vignoles1,2, C. Sablayrolles1,2.
1. Université de Toulouse, INP-ENSIACET, LCA (Laboratoire de Chimie Agroindustrielle), Toulouse, France
2. INRA, UMR 1010 CAI, Toulouse, France
3. Université de Toulouse, INP-ENSIACET, LGC (Laboratoire de Génie Chimique), France
4. CNRS UMR 5503, Toulouse, France

Designing chemo-biocatalytic processes towards the environmental sustainability and innovation.
A.R.S. Teixeira, T. Clement, A. Flourat, J. Couvreur, F. Allais.
Chaire Agro-Biotechnogies Industrielles (ABI) - AgroParisTech, Reims, France

Designing chemo-biocatalytic processes towards the environmental sustainability and innovation.
S. Domenek2, V. Ducruet1
1. INRA, UMR1145 Ingénierie Procédés Aliments, AgroParisTech, INRA, Université Paris Saclay, F91300, Massy France
2. AgroParisTech, UMR1145 Ingénierie Procédés Aliments, F91300, Massy, France

Life Cycle Assessment for an Eco-Friendly Management of the Production of Stabilized Microorganisms.
V. Monclus, C. Pénicaud, B. Perret, S. Passot, F. Fonseca
UMR GMPA, AgroParisTech, INRA, Université Paris-Saclay, 78850, Thiverval-Grignon, France

Insights into Freeze-Drying energy consumptions for an Environmentally-Reasoned Process Control.
C. Pénicaud, I. C. Trelea, B. Perret , F. Fonseca, V. Athès, S. Passot.
UMR GMPA, AgroParisTech, INRA, Université Paris-Saclay, 78850, Thiverval-Grignon, France

Reactive liquid-liquid extraction and back-extraction of bio-based 3-hydroxypropionic acid: towards the implementation of an integrated process of extractive bioconversion.
F. Chemarin1,2, M. Moussa1, G. Burgé1,2, F. Allais1,2, V. Athès1.
1. UMR GMPA, AgroParisTech, INRA, Université Paris-Saclay, 78850, Thiverval-Grignon, France
2. Chaire Agro-Biotechnogies Industrielles (ABI) - AgroParisTech, Reims, France

How to evaluate the sustainable performance of a French pork value chain?
G. Petit1, G. Yannou-Le Bris2,4, C. Lecomte3,4, B. Yannou2, G. Trystram1.
1. UMR GENIAL, AgroParisTech, INRA, Université Paris-Saclay, 91300, Massy, France
2. Laboratoire Génie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Grande Voie des Vignes, 92290 Châtenay-Malabry, France
3. Laboratoire RITM, Université Paris Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, France
4. AgroParisTech, 75005, Paris, France