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Environmental and socioeconomic impacts

The best logistic chains in terms of environmental and economic impacts are estimated. The social impacts of the utilisation of prunings are assessed through a vast consult to demo partners and institutions along Europe. The implications for job creation and the capacity of different size and type of logistics chains to adapt to the current rural context will are assessed as well. EuroPruning elaborates a best practise guide for a sustainable and sound utilization of wood prunings as biomass feedstock.

Related deliverables
  • Best practices for a sustainable and sound utilization of wood prunings as biomass feedstock
  • Report on environmental and economic evaluation of the supply chain
  • Report with the determination of social impact including outputs, impacts and SROI analysis
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 312078
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