The main objective of the “Management and Quality Plan” is to define a consistent set of working procedures, processes and best practices in order to ensure Quality standards of the Project outcomes. Moreover, it targets the management of the interaction between the beneficiaries during the work execution as well as the interaction of the consortium with external stakeholders.
The main outcomes of this deliverable is the generation of GRAIL project corporative image through the delivering of a set of standard materials to be used in all communication channels including, internal communication within the consortium, communication with the European Commission, as well as, communication outside the consortium.
Not only a set of rules and quality standards have been established, but also a Quality Assurance Committee has been created. The Quality Assurance Committee is composed by the project coordinator, a scientific expert, a language expert and a dissemination expert, they aim to ensure all the materials created during the project life are in line with those quality standards.
The “Management and Quality Plan” opens the doors to next actions, those actions needed to spread knowledge and information in a standardised manner following the characteristic image of the GRAIL project at the same time it sets the Quality Standards that must be followed to provide uniform and high-quality outcomes to the European Commission and society in general.
Review of technical glycerol potential from biodiesel production and availability for improved cascading in Europe
May 2, 2017
The article entitled: “Review of technical glycerol potential from biodiesel production and availability for improved cascading in Europe” has been published and is available online. Authors: André Brosowski (DBFZ), Stephanie Hauschild (DBFZ), Karin Naumann (DBFZ), Jens Hösel (DBFZ), Daniela Thrän (Helmholtz Centre for environmental research), Type of publication: Article – Research Paper Date: April 2017 Publication: […]
April 11, 2017
All the project partners will be hosted by DBFZ in Leipzig (Germany) from April 26 to 28, 2017. This is a good opportuny to discuss about the project advancement after the last Consortium Meeting which took place from October 12 to 14, 2016 in Hurtigruten, Bergen – Trondheim, Norway. Agenda available here: GRAIL_42M_Agenda […]
February 22, 2017
PROJECT SUMMARY GRAIL : GLYCEROL BIOREFINERY APPROACH FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS OF INDUSTRIAL VALUE GRAIL is a 48-months collaborative project funded by the European Commission, under the FP7 Programme for Knowledge Based Bio-Economy. The topic of GRAIL project is “Preventing and valorizing bio-waste in biorefineries optimal and cost-effective industrial biocatalysts”. What’s inside […]
January 5, 2017
Main Objectives To provide information about operational parameters at batch configurations such as, the effect of inoculum, addition of nutrients, pH control and substrate concentration to improve hydrogen and ethanol production Main Outcomes According to the results, the selected inoculum was sludge from an aerobic wastewater treatment plant and an aerobic pretreatment. Also, it was […]