Energy & Materials Transition

Biorizon bio-aromatics networking event & visit to LignoValue Pilot Plant

On 6 October 2022, Shared Research Center Biorizon & VITO's LignoValue Pilot Plant will organise a live networking event at VITO in Mol (Belgium). This event consists of a (live) networking opportunity and a visit to the impressive LignoValue Pilot Plant. If you are interested in renewable aromatics, you do not want to miss this event.

14:30 - (CET)
Mol, Belgium

Programme live event

Formal launch of the LignoValue Pilot Plant & a brief update by Biorizon

Including an update on the upscaling of the technological development of bio-aromatics by Biorizon co-initiator TNO.

Live networking

Take part in the virtual matchmaking sessions that can be scheduled from now on and meet parties from the entire bio-aromatics value chain from all over the world!

Bus visit

We will visit the impressive LignoValue Pilot Plant at VITO in Mol, Flanders.

For whom

Large industrial players, small and medium-sized companies and research and technology organisations from all over the world are invited.

About the LignoValue Pilot Plant

The LignoValue Pilot Plant was established in cooperation between VITO, PMV and Worley Belgium for the depolymerization of lignin into innovative biobased aromatics in Flanders.

This € 4.3 million LignoValue Pilot Plant is able to produce larger amounts of bio-aromatic fractions to allow companies to take further steps in their application development path. Dozens of companies have already expressed an interest in innovative molecules and a willingness to carry out application testing.

Also sign up for the substantive webinar

This programme is part of two events: this live networking event on 6 October and the substantive webinar with 1:1 virtual matchmaking sessions on 1 December.

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