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1 Industry proposal for Horizon2020 (EC lead service: DG RTD) 19 April 2013 SPIRE PPP - Sustainable Process Industries through Resource and energy Efficiency-

2 April 2013, Loredana Ghinea, Process Industries in the Value Chain Process Industry: Chemical, biochemical, and physical transformation and formulation of raw materials using continuous and batch processes into Materials with new properties and functionalities Raw Materials Components & Products Discrete Manufacturing:

3 April 2013, Loredana Ghinea, SPIRE: a cross-sectorial industry-led agenda  Use energy and resources more efficiently (reduce) within the existing installed base of industrial processes. Reduce, prevent waste.  Re-use waste streams and energy within and between different sectors, including recovery, recycling and re-use of post-consumer waste.  Replace current feedstock by integrating novel and renewable feedstock (such as bio-based) to reduce fossil feedstock and mineral raw materials dependency while reducing the CO 2 footprint of processes or increase the efficiency of primary feed stock. Replace current inefficient processes for more energy and resource efficient processes when sustainability analysis confirms the benefits.  Reinvent materials and products to have a significantly increased impact on resource and energy efficiency down the value chain as a result of, for example, integration of recycled materials, easy recyclability and re-usability as well as improved material properties such as lighter weight (for lower fuel consumption vehicles) and improved insulation (for energy efficient buildings) through close collaborations with other European programmes. “do more / better with less”

4 SPIRE ROADMAP COMPONENTS Energy and Resource Efficiency Process Cradle-to-cradle Recycle End-of-life Waste Feed Water Energy Markets Applications Products Materials Markets Applications Products Materials

5 April 2013, Loredana Ghinea, SPIRE contributions to EIP RM waste water 1. Feed: Increased energy and resource efficiency through optimal valorisation and smarter use and management of existing, alternative and renewable feedstock (including waste water). industrial symbiosis 2. Process: Solutions for more efficient processing and energy systems for the process industry, including industrial symbiosis. 3. Applications: New processes to produce materials for market applications that boost energy and resource efficiency up and down the value chain. Avoidance, valorisation and re-use of waste streams within and across sectors 4. Waste2Resource: Avoidance, valorisation and re-use of waste streams within and across sectors, including recycling of post-consumer waste streams and new business models. Horizontal 5. Horizontal: underpinning the accelerated deployment of the R&D&I opportunities identified within SPIRE through sustainability evaluation tools and skills and education programmes as well as enhancing the sharing of knowledge, best practices and cross-sectorial technology transfer. Outreach 6. Outreach: Reach out to the process industry, policy makers and citizens to support the realisation of impact through awareness, stimulating societal responsible behaviour. FOCUS: efficiency & sustainability of processes

6 April 2013, Loredana Ghinea, EIP RM contributions to SPIRE optimal valorisation and smarter use and management of existing, alternative and renewable feedstock 1. Feed: Increased energy and resource efficiency through optimal valorisation and smarter use and management of existing, alternative and renewable feedstock (including waste water). 2. Process: Solutions for more efficient processing and energy systems for the process industry, including industrial symbiosis. 3. Applications: New processes to produce materials for market applications that boost energy and resource efficiency up and down the value chain. 4. Waste2Resource: Avoidance, valorisation and re-use of waste streams within and across sectors, including recycling of post-consumer waste streams and new business models. 5. Horizontal: underpinning the accelerated deployment of the R&D&I opportunities identified within SPIRE through sustainability evaluation tools and skills and education programmes as well as enhancing the sharing of knowledge, best practices and cross-sectorial technology transfer. Outreachpolicy makers 6. Outreach: Reach out to the process industry, policy makers and citizens to support the realisation of impact through awareness, stimulating societal responsible behaviour. FOCUS: ensuring sustainable supply of raw materials


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