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Innovative industrial transformation of the steel and chemical industries of Europe.

The INITIATE project will advance the implementation of circular economy and industrial symbiosis by re-using residual steel gases as a resource for the cross-sectorial, more efficient and less wasteful manufacture of urea, at a significantly reduced carbon footprint.

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Initiate was presented during a paper session at the Sustainable Places 2022 in Nice

On the 8th of September, Ahmed Esam from our project partner Radboud University presented our INITIATE project during the hybrid paper session “Circularity” at the Sustainable Places 2022....
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Project Concept

The 4.5-year “Innovative industrial transformation of the steel and chemical industries of Europe” – INITIATE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and it aims at demonstrating industrial symbiosis by using residual carbon-rich gas from the steel sector as a valuable feedstock for the chemical sector. TRL7 piloting combines the continuous production of N2 + H2 and CO2 streams with the innovative ammonia production as a precursor for urea, to be used as fertilizer and AdBlue® . In the project all necessary steps are taken to come to a bankable business case for a first commercial size demonstrator.

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Potential impact of the project

-30%

Primary energy intensity

-95%

Carbon footprint

-45%

Primary raw material intensity

-90%

Waste generation

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