DCLM (Veolia) Open Innovation Challenges Information Session
Recording and slides now available
Recorded 20th June 2023
This event supports two Dolphin Coast Landfill Management (DCLM – operated by Veolia) Open Innovation Challenges and provided a Q&A session for participants. Global Alliance Africa is inviting potential solution providers to watch this recording as an opportunity to learn more about the challenge areas.
DCLM would like to find innovative solutions to solve problems related to hazardous waste landfill by:
- Finding more environmentally friendly and economically viable ways to solidify the concentrate of their effluent treatment plant. They are seeking solutions utilising innovative solidification agents that can deal with large and increasing volumes of concentrate.
- Finding economically viable ways to valorise paper industry waste. They are seeking solutions utilising innovative methods to transform waste materials into resources with internal or external commercial value.
Who is the Session for?
Africa-based entrants, UK-based entrants and those from RoW are invited to apply. Solutions are invited from, but not limited to, the following sectors:
- Waste Management
- Environmental Services
- Industrial Biology
The recording will give you the chance to learn all about the challenge areas and hear answers from both the Global Alliance Africa Open Innovation Lead and the DCLM teams. It will help you to understand challenge details, as well as your eligibility, benefits and the application process.
Global Innovation Exchange challenge: Valorisation of Paper Industry Waste
Opens: 18/05/2023 Closes: 14/07/2023
DCLM (operated by Veolia) want to find economically viable solutions to transform waste materials into valuable resources.
Global Alliance Open Innovation Challenge: Solidification of Leachate Concentration
Opens: 05/04/2023 Closes: 14/07/2023
DCLM (operated by Veolia) want to find economically viable ways to solidify the concentrate of their effluent treatment plant. They are seeking solutions utilising innovative solidification agents that can deal with large and increasing volumes of concentrate.