Economic sustainability of biogas production from animal manure : A regional circular economy model

@inproceedings{Yazana2016EconomicSO,
  title={Economic sustainability of biogas production from animal manure : A regional circular economy model},
  author={Devrim Murat Yazana and Davide Cafagnaa and Martijn Mesa and Luca Fraccasciac and Pierpaolo Pontrandolfoc and Henk Zijma},
  year={2016}
}
  • Devrim Murat Yazana, Davide Cafagnaa, +3 authors Henk Zijma
  • Published 2016
In the context of the circular economy, cooperation among agriculture, animal farming and bioenergy production based on local second generation biomass use and by-product exchange may yield innovative regional business models. Actors from such different sectors can enhance the development of a circular economy on a local level, gaining economic advantages for themselves and contributing to generate environmental benefits. However, as second generation biomass is not produced upon demand but… CONTINUE READING

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