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The continuous evolution of the Bazancourt–Pomacle site rooted in the commitment and vision of pioneering farmers. When reality shapes the biorefinery concept

Abstract : Agriculture in Champagne owes its development to the determination of people and their ability to implement technical progress, work together to adapt to changes. The strong dynamic of the agricultural cooperative has been crucial in this exceptional development, in terms of agriculture, industrial processing and innovation. The Bazancourt-Pomacle biorefinery is both the result and the symbol of the determination of local farmers to develop new regional outlets by using cutting-edge technologies. The success of the site, considered as "the archetype of a territorial biorefinery, " is a perfect illustration of how, through innovation, weaknesses can become strengths. For this constantly evolving model, 2021 is, with the growing importance of bioeconomy, a new tipping point for the Bazancourt-Pomacle biorefinery.
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Florent Allais, Honorine Lescieux-Katir, Jean-Marie Chauvet. The continuous evolution of the Bazancourt–Pomacle site rooted in the commitment and vision of pioneering farmers. When reality shapes the biorefinery concept. EFB Bioeconomy Journal, 2021, 1, pp.100007. ⟨10.1016/j.bioeco.2021.100007⟩. ⟨hal-03589976⟩

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