Our Projects

Our Projects

We have experience with both large European projects and smaller regional ones. Learn more about our past and currents projects and the role that IMPACT plays in them.


The Grassification project sought to refine roadside grass clippings for the biobased and circular economy. IMPACT set out the communication strategy, wrote reports and press releases, set up webinars and livestreams and organized the final event.

More info on Grassification


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.

More info on ReNu2Farm


ALG-AD is a Interreg NWE funded project in which new technology is being developed to take excess waste nutrients produced from anaerobic digestion of food and farm waste to cultivate algal biomass for animal feed and other products of value. The project brings together a group of scientists and engineers from 11 different partners in four countries across North West Europe. These academics are working together with industry to develop a circular economy solution to create wealth from waste.

More info on ALG-AD


The Grass2Algae operational group evaluated the use of grass juice for growing microalgae as an additional revenue for farmers. IMPACT organized the final event, wrote a press release and spread updates to its network of stakeholders.

More info on Grass2Algae


The new European project NUTRIBUDGET will launch Autumn 2022! It’s main objective is to develop and implement a prototype of an integrated nutrient management platform, called Nutriplatform, in various regions across Europe, as a decision-support tool (DST) for farmers, advisors, European policy makers and regional authorities. IMPACT will lead the communication work package.


NOVAFERT aims to demonstrate the technical, economic, and environmental feasibility and safe use of a wide portfolio of alternative fertilising products containing recovered nutrients from different waste streams, to facilitate the replacement of synthetic and mineral fertilisers, thus reduce environmental impacts and external nutrient dependence in agriculture. Impact will lead the Communication and Dissemination activities, ensuring that research results are efficiently translated and disseminated to improve the interaction with targeted stakeholders.