COCOAJU - Feasibility study of the valorization of cocoa fermentation juices in a plantation - Madagascar

Start
September 2018
End
December 2018
Project cost
8 300 €
Role in the project
Bio-energy expertise

Countries

Madagascar

Fields

Bioenergy

Sectors

Cocoa

Partners

CONFIDENTIAL

Main goals

Study ways of recycling waste in cocoa plantations

Activities

A1. Describe the issue of management of fermentation juice (quantity, degradation of equipment, environmental impacts ...)
A2. Identify treatment and / or recycling possibilities. The possibility of energy recycling will be explored in particular, as well as opportunities for links with other activities in the region (livestock, recycling of biomass ...)
A3. Propose a plan for the establishment of a pilot plant for treatment and / or recovery in the plantation
A4. Perspectives for all of the sponsor's supply

Related people

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Project officer

Etienne Perrier

Having graduated from the Engineering School INSA of Lyon as an Engineer in Energy & Environment, option "Thermal systems engineering", Section "Top-level sport", he brings his expertise in renewable thermal systems implementation and analysis, in the food processing industry (shea and cashew), waste recycling and training of local experts

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