Dingle Hub hosted a public online event on Anaerobic Digestion with updates from the Circular Bioeconomy Research groups of both MaREI (Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine) and MTU (Munster Technological University).
The recorded Webinar is now available on our YouTube channel.
The webinar provided environmental and economic perspectives on the role of anaerobic digestion in tackling greenhouse gas emissions with the chance to pose questions to the experts.
- International Perspectives
- SEAI EcoAD project (farm scale logistics, novel methods of improvement, and economic analysis)
- Implications for the food and beverage industry
- SFI BiOrbic Farm Zero C
- Biorefinery Glas
MTU Circular Bioeconomy Research Group
James is Co-Director of the Circular Bioeconomy Research Group at Shannon ABC in Munster Technology University. James is coordinator/Principal Investigator/co-PI on over 10 EU and nationally-funded circular bioeconomy research projects, including Biorefinery Glas, INFORMBIO, BIOSWITCH, ICT-BIOCHAIN and BIO4AFRICA. He is part of the SFI BiOrbic Farm Zero C team. He lectures on Ireland’s first Masters degree in Bioeconomy and is a member of the Govt-appointed Expert Advisory Group to Ireland’s National Bioeconomy Forum.
MaREI Circular Bioeconomy Research Group
Prof. Jerry D. Murphy
Dr David Wall
Dónal Ó Céilleachair
Jorge Diaz Huerta
Dr Richard O’Shea