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Unifocus video: Pilot plant for green economy

28 January 2015

Potatoes and sugar beets can be processed into food products. But they can also be used to produce green intermediate goods for the worlds of industry and business. A pilot plant for producing such intermediate goods is being constructed on Zernike Campus. This ‘Zernike Advanced Processing (ZAP) facility’ will be used to test and market new products and thus make an important contribution to the further development of the biobased economy in the Northern Netherlands.

Last modified:03 November 2017 12.45 p.m.

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