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26 - 29 November 2019

Belgian Biogas Week

On November 26, 27 and 29 2019, ValBiom, VCM and Biogas-E are organising a week of exchanges between Flanders and Wallonia: sharing knowledge and good practices for the development of biomethanisation/biogas in Belgium.

Discover the latest advances on the other side of the linguistic border: biomethane injection, bioCNG production, digestate enhancement!

It is possible to register for 1, 2 or 3 events. For a participation in all 3 events, you benefit from a 10% discount! Register here.

November 26 – Les Rencontres de la Biomasse : The promises of biomethane in Belgium: a crossover between Flanders and Wallonia

8:30 am - 5:20pm

Venue : BluePoint Room, Boulevard Emile de Laveleye 191, 4020 Liège

November 27 – Workshop : Valorisation of the digestate on the other side of the linguistic border in Belgium - parallel session ManuResource


Venue : Black Box Room, Hogeschool PXL, Elfde-Liniestraat 24, 3500 Hasselt

November 29 – Field trip : biogas plants (Arbio bvba and Biogas Bree)


Field trip in ENGLISH

Places : Watering 20, 2370 Arendonk (Anvers) & Houterstraat 1A, 3960 Bree (Limbourg) & Aalsterweg 322, 5644 RL Eindhoven (Nederland)

Detailed programme and registration available here.

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