Working on behalf of the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Health ("Bayerischen Staatsministerium für Umwelt und Gesundheit"), the bifa environmental institute examined the treatment methods for biowaste under environmental and economic aspects. The project work was assisted by representatives from practice, who provided support and advice as advisory committee members. The results of this extensive study have now been published as part of the bifa texts series.
On behalf of the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Health ("Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Umwelt und Gesundheit"), bifa chose three sectors of the economy, exemplary for the whole of Bavaria: the energy industry, transport companies and the tourism industry, and examined how they were affected by climate change, their perception of the problem and the courses of action open to them.
This year the bifa environmental institute (bifa) took part in Augsburg OPEN for the first time and on Thursday opened its doors to 20 residents of the city. The main theme of the programme was "raw materials".
German companies that want to increase their commitment in emerging nations and developing countries in the area of recycling technology, waste treatment or water management have to take many things into account in the project implementation. The experts of the Recycling Technologies Bayern network, a bifa Umweltinstitut GmbH project, know precisely what faces them.
The Bavarian sewage sludge net ("Bayerische Klärschlammnetz") – an internet application for evidence of sewage sludge recovery or use in agriculture – is continuously adjusted and developed further according to the changing requirements of waste and fertilisation law. At a training event in February 2013, Alexander Farny and Dr. Dieter Tronecker of the bifa environmental institute (bifa), informed users of the current status of waste and fertiliser law, the disposal situation in Bavaria and gave practical tips on using the system.
The bifa environmental institute has published a new bifa-Text entitled "Cooperation in the added value chain: optimising and securing waste paper cycles". The study includes detailed results of a project, which dealt with permanently sustainable and environmentally friendly handling of the waste paper resource.
For years the district has supplied its schools in Aichach with regenerative thermal energy via the town's biomass cogeneration plant. For the school centre in Friedberg no alternative energy source has been available to date, apart from a few photovoltaic units. There have been several attempts to build a large, central wood chip factory with the town in the past, but they all failed.
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