Ecomondo 2022
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022
  • 14:00 - 18:00
  • Memo
  • Noce Room A6 Pav
  • Italian

Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & ENEA e SUN (Symbiosis Users Network)                                   

CALL FOR PAPERS

Industrial symbiosis is a crucial tool for reducing dependence on raw materials, boosting competitiveness and the post-Covid economy and increasing the resilience through the establishment of territorial ecosystems able to absorb exogenous imbalances. In 2017, the Italian document “Towards a Model of Circular Economy for Italy - Overview and Strategic Framework” drawn up by the Ministries of the Environment and of the Economic Development, underlined the importance of industrial symbiosis as a tool for system eco-innovation, highlighting the need to set up an organic and systematic portfolio of economic and financial instruments to support businesses. In this direction, in 2021 the updated "National strategy for the circular economy", foreseen among the 63 fundamental reforms for the implementation of the Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan, identified industrial symbiosis as one of the nine areas of intervention necessary to achieve the transition towards the circular economy in our Country, also providing support for the development of projeSTC, also through specific regulatory and financial instruments.

That event, now in its sixth edition, offers an opportunity to take stock of the road travelled so far and to define the goals that are to be achieved in the future in terms of policies and real operational cases.

Session Chair

Laura Cutaia, ENEA – SUN Symbiosis Users Network

Programme

14.00-14.10 Introduction

14.10-14.50 Invited speakers

Silvia Grandi, Ministry of Ecological Transition
Micol Barnabò, Directorate General for Industrial Policy, Innovation and SMEs, Ministry of Economic Development 
Paolo Ferrecchi, Emilia-Romagna Region
Marco Ravazzolo Confindustria (General Confederation of Italian Industry) 


14.50-15.50 Invited speakers – technical

Industrial symbiosis applied to the Lombard context
Enrico Maffa, Tenova

The industrial symbiosis in the process industry: the Norwegian experience
Stine Skagestad, EYDE Cluster

Certification and standardization of industrial symbiosis
Carlo Brondi, CNR, SUN GdL4

Results of the survey
Massimo Ramunni, Assocarta - SUN GdL1

15.50-17.20 Presentations from Call for papers

L'importanza della co-progettazione nello sviluppo in un progetto di simbiosi industriale
Elisa Amodeo, INVENTOLAB

A diversified and innovative platform to support industrial symbiosis
Gianfranco Giolitti, Circular Economy Director Edison Next

Towards an industrial symbiosis network in Marche region: an exploratory research
Alessandra Bonoli, Università di Bologna

Evaluation of the potential for development of the industrial symbiosis network for production of secondary pig iron by metallurgical sector in the Lombardy region
Reza Vahidzadeh, Università degli Studi di Brescia

Il contributo e il potenziale della Simbiosi Industriale – il caso di studio della provincia di Milano
Alessandro Reginato, Gruppo CAP

Assessing environmental/social benefits of industrial symbiosis in urban residues management
Giuseppe Mancini, Università di Catania

AgrI-fiSh Project. Circular economy application: from the field to the net. Innovative feeds from agricultural wastes for a sustainable aquaculture
Germana Borsetta, Università di Camerino

Dall'agricoltura un packaging compostabile
Giuseppe Marconi, Save As

Green products from industrial symbiosis: are consumers ready for them?
Luca Fraccascia, Sapienza Università di Roma

End of waste: l’esperienza applicativa
Alessandra Carboni, Montana

17.20-17.50 Pitch – Case study

Industrial symbiosis in the production of sustainable textiles: Orange Fiber s.r.l.
Rosario Carrabino, Università di Catania

Organic waste upcycled materials and industrial symbiosis practices: the current Italian scenario
Luca Alessandrini, Politecnico di Milano

Bioeconomia circolare nel settore vitivinicolo: il ruolo della Simbiosi Industriale
Olimpia Martucci, Università degli Studi Roma Tre

Ponticelle: dal risanamento alla riqualificazione di un’ex area industriale
Giuliano Romano, Eni Rewind

Industrial Symbiosis checklist for assessing the potential of Italian SMEs
Valentina Ventura, Università di Bologna

Simbiosi Industriale per la crescita economica sostenibile: analisi di modelli di collaborazione
Eugenio Papa, Università di Bologna

17.50-18.00 Discussion and Closure by the chair


Poster Session


SUN – P1 Quantification of circular economy indicators in the wine sector: case study Cantine Nicosia S.p.A
Manuela Turco*, Sergio Arfò*, Chiara Tabita* , Aldo Carpitano** , Agata Matarazzo*; * Università di Catania, **Nicosia S.p.A.

SUN – P2 Principles, methods and practices for declaring the content of recycled or reclaimed material in
Alina Sevostianova, Svitlana Berzina, Viktoriia Khrutba, All-Ukraine NGO Living Planet

SUN – P3 Quantification of environmental and economic performance indicators of a composting pilot plant for the correct waste management in Sicily
Sergio Arfo*, Agata Matarazzo*, Giuseppe Guagliardi**, Angelo La Piana**, Alessia Arfo’***; *Università di Catania, **Progitec S.r.l, **Università LUISS Guido Carli

SUN – P4 Hydrogen ready gas engines with MW size
Klaus Payrhuber, Andrea Pivatello, Jenbacher srl

SUN – P5 Sviluppo di una metodologia per la valutazione di sinergie territoriali da database open source
Chiara La Porta*, Tiziana Beltrani**, Marco Bortolini*, Valentina Ventura*, Laura Cutaia**, Marco La Monica**, Cristina Mora*; *Università di Bologna, **ENEA

SUN – P6 Italian coal phase-out: strategic co-optimization on the day-ahead and ancillary services market
Ilaria Livi*, Edoardo Somenzi*, Federico Pontoni**, Filippo Del Grosso*; *Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, ** Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei e Università Bocconi

SUN – P7 Simbiosi industriale potenziale basata sul trasferimento di scoria nera
Anna Gobetti*, Giovanna Cornacchia *, Marco La Monica**, Giorgio Ramorino*; *Università di Brescia, **ENEA

SUN – P8 Potentialities and weakness of EECs in Sardinia: chances to educate tourists and children
Marta Fundoni, Università di Sassari

SUN – P9 Industrial symbiosis applied to the sustainable fashion sector
Motta F.*, Mertoli F.*, Zerbo A.*, Puleo R.*, Russo S.**: *Università di Catania, **Università Luiss Guido Carli

SUN – P10 Sviluppo sostenibile e smart cities e communities: il ruolo della finanza pubblica e privata.
Giovanni Moccia, Centro Studi di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali Mondi Sostenibili

SUN – P11 BIOMODEL4REGIONS
Patrizia Circelli Ciaotech srl (PNO Group)

SUN – P12 Materie prime, filiere globali e sistemi locali in una prospettiva eco-industriale. Il caso del legno
Casolani V., Taddeo, R., Simboli, A. Università “G. D’Annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara

SUN – P13 Comunità Circolari e nuovi modelli di produzione e consumo
Flavio Cammillozzi, Enrico Miletto, Giancarlo Cecchini, Alessandro Filippi; Acea Elabori S.p.A.

SUN – P14 Industrial symbiosis as the new opportunity to boost circular consumption models
Elena Chiti, GM Ambiente & Energia S.r.l., SpinLife S.p.a.

SUN – P15 B10-WALL
Rete di imprese APEA Regionale CARTONECO e nLAB

SUN – P16 Misurare l'economia circolare nel settore agroalimentare: una panoramica delle review
Valentino Tascione*, Gavina Manca*, Andrea Raggi**, Luigia Petti**; *Università di Sassari, **Università di Pescara

SUN – P17 3 strumenti per la neutralità climatica: carbon credits, carbon farming e carbon standards
Michele Milan* Elisa Ferrari**, Daniele Dal Molin**, *EcamRicert e Merieux NutriSciences, **Bios srl