Under the protocol established with FCT, Filipa Santos began her collaboration with Eco-Oil with the aim of completing her dissertation, which would allow her to complete a Master’s Degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering. At Eco-Oil, she will work to assess the conditions for production of electricity using the waste recovered at Eco-Oil as raw material. “We are very optimistic about the collaboration with FCT and, in particular, about the topic chosen by Filipa Santos. The opening of Eco-Oil to the Academy is one of Eco-Oil’s objectives, and the initiative is part of the business development strategy and the analysis of the capacity to produce electricity for self-consumption, while innovative processes that are analyzed, allowing us to find new ways of valorization”, says Nuno Matos, Managing Director of Eco-Oil.