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Who we are

Impact is a non-profit organization specialized in research communications and stakeholder engagement.

Based on its extensive and active network, Impact is committed to foster interactions with the triple helix actors (academia, industry and government) and the civil society to support projects in reducing knowledge fragmentation and ensuring an effective exploitation of project results.

Our projects


Roadside grass clippings are a problem fraction throughout the 2 Seas Programme area due to their high volume, subject to high processing costs. The overall objective of the Grassification project is to apply a multi-dimensional approach to roadside grass clippings refining in order to optimize it into a viable value chain for the biobased and circular economy. More info



Up to now, farmers have essentially been using artificial fertilisers, for which the EU is heavily dependent on imports. The ReNu2Farm project is designed to increase the recycling rates for the plant nutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) in the primary food production chain in Northwest Europe (NEW). The project strives for an exchange of nutrients between the following countries: IE-UK, DE-NL and BE-FR. More info



The Grass2Algae operational group (OG) aims at evaluating the use of grass juice for growing microalgae as an additional revenue for farmers. More info


IMPACT Magazine

IMPACT magazine is the result of a close collaboration between the RE-SOURCE.BIO network and IMPACT vzw. In two editions per year, we show the newest developments in the bio-based and circular economy. This magazine is mainly aimed at industry, government, agriculture and knowledge centers.

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