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FERTIMANURE is a project dedicated to the innovative nutrient recovery
from secondary sources for the production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE.

FERTIMANURE is an EU-funded project (Grant Agreement N° 862849), which develops, integrates, tests and validates innovative Nutrient Management Strategies to efficiently recover mineral nutrients and other relevant products with agronomic value, from animal manure. FERTIMANURE will obtain reliable and safe fertilisers that can compete in the European fertiliser market.

20 partners from 7 EU countries, Argentina, and Chile are joining forces to implement this project.

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UVIC
UGhent
WENR
UMIL
Leitat
Greenwin
ELO
IPS
FHR
Dorset
APF
APCA
CPV
ALGE
FERT
RITTMO
Agrifutur
DARP
FERTEU
INTA

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  • REVEALED ! FERTIMANURE's final leaflet on the project results !

    21/05/2024

    Yours to download and be inspired !

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  • The 4th and final large-scale event took place in Brussels, Belgium on April 16-17, 2024 as part of the Communication and Dissemination activities of the project.

    13/05/2024

    This event was performed in the framework of the NERM2024 (Nutrient in Europe Research Meeting) together with Lex4bio Project.

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  • Read our latest Fertimanure Flash eNewsletter dedicated exclusively to the project’s final event

    27/03/2024

    Final FERTIMANURE and LEX4BIO Event With the collaboration of all the RUR-08 sister projects – RUSTICA, SEA2LAND and WALNUT

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  • FERTIMANURE HOLDS ITS 7TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY (GA) ON 8 NOVEMBER 2023

    08/11/2023

    FERTIMANURE HOLDS ITS 7TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY (GA) ON 8 NOVEMBER 2023

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  • FERTIMANURE 3RD LARGE-SCALE EVENT IS TAKING PLACE IN RIMINI, ITALY AS PART OF THE ECOMONDO EVENT

    31/10/2023

    FERTIMANURE 3RD LARGE-SCALE EVENT IS TAKING PLACE IN RIMINI, ITALY AS PART OF THE ECOMONDO EVENT

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