In IMPAQT Project we have looked into the circularity of IMTA from a business perspective. To do so, we have worked in close collaboration with the pilots’ partners to provide a framework for the definition of circular value around IMTA products.
In IMTA, the value creation results from the ability of the production systems to support the processing of nutrient waste that can be used as a production input, moving from monoculture to circular processes and boosting sustainability in the long term. Whenever the IMTA is properly designed and implemented, the circularity of nutrients is guaranteed.
Therefore, the value creation of IMTA should incorporate resources, partners and activities that guarantee the optimal circularity in the IMTA process. In the IMPAQT project we have identified key actions, needs, and stakeholders (see figure below) that will contribute to the creation of IMTA circular business models.
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