Book published by Editoriale Delfino, Milan, 2015. Available only in Italian
REGATEC is the most important event in Europe for the scientific community active in the research on anaerobic digestion. The subject chosen for 2015 was biomethane production.
Mario A. Rosato presented a poster showing the potential of the floating anaerobic digester, developed and patented during the H2Ocean project, for the offshore production of biomethane and the reduction of the environmental impact of the maritime traffic and aquaculture.
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On 1st October 2014 Mario A. Rosato held a lecture on the agroenergetic potential of S. Italy in Eboli, during the 1st Memorial Day of the Southern Subject. The event is organized by the Cultural Association “Luigi Gaeta” and received the Gold Medal from the President of Italy Giorgio Napolitano, from the Senate and the Lower Chamber. More details and the program of the event can be downloaded here https://www.sustainable-technologies.eu/PDF-articles/Evento-Eboli.pdf
Mario A. Rosato was invited by LEDS – L’Energia Degli Studenti (students’ organization of the engineering faculty) to give a lecture on sustainability on 12th March 2014 . The slides can be downloaded here (in Italian only).
The Conference took place from 7th to 9th Nov. 2013 and gathered over 700 delegates from throughout the world. All conference background materials are available on UNIDO’s website . Sustainable Technologies was recognized by UNIDO’s Director , Mr. Li Yong, because of its active participation in the event.
Video of prof. Mario A. Rosato’s conference on biogas from urban waste (in Italian). Moderator dr. Piero Mattirolo , President of Agroenergia.
New technology for e-waste recycling
Mario A. Rosato and Simon Greer, winners of the CEA-Innocentive challenge on e waste recycling (recovering lead from CRT glass) present their solutions during the E-Scrap conference in Orlando, USA. Panel moderator Allison Schumacher, Policies Senior Manager of CEA (Consumer Electronics Association). With thanks to Mrs. Julie North for the video recording. Presentation in PDF available on request, please fill in the form.
Conference on which biomass types are more suitable for the agroenergy development of Sicily. The venue was held in the Experimental Agricultural Station of Caltagirone, Sicily (Italy) on 7th December 2012. The first results of the MALENA Project were presented to a public of over 50 key stakeholders of the local agricultural sector, Authorities and University researchers.
Video of Mario A. Rosato’s lecture on the biogas yield of two common biomasses for biogas production, sorghum and corn grown under Sicilian climatic conditions, and discussion on more sustainable alternatives.