3rd RedBioLAC webinar in 2021

What are the major barriers to diffuse and adapt biodigester technologies in developing projects? By underlining the environmental and economic advantages and encouraging further investment projects in biogas plants, major challenges and potentials must be identified. For this purpose, RedBioLAC invited Marirela Pino and Luis Santisteban to share their knowledge and experience in biodigestion at small, medium and large scale. Register here

Mariela Pino ( Chile) is an agricultural engineer and ordinator coordinated the RedBioLAC for 7 years. Since 2009 she has worked as a consultant for biodigestion, waste management, environmental education and sustainability gaining professional experience in this field in Latin America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. Currently she is working on the book “State of the art of biodigesters in Latin America”.

Luis Santisteban ( Peru) is a biotechnologist, specialized in industrial processes and future energy systems. He has taught at the Faculty of Agricultural Engineering of the Universidad Católica and is currently working as a project manager at the company TereoSolutions.

The webinar will be moderated by Santiago Gutiérrez ( Mexico) who has worked since 2008 in biodigestion, mostly in Mexico. He has won 31 prizes for adapting Raul Botero’s model to Mexican conditions. Moreover, he published 39 energy-related papers.

The event will be held online on 21st of July at 8am Costa Rican time, but will be available afterwards. Please note that the webinar will be held in Spanish.

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