By: Volterra Palencia

Volterra meets Life Ammonia Trapping project of UVA to exchange ideas

Benito Lopez and Nacho Martin visited Mercedes Sanchez of Department of Agricultural and Forestry Engineering, Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering to ask for assistance for the Life Regenerate project. In the project there is a need of insects that live on pruning residues of the Dehesa. Volterra was also asked to contribute to the Life Ammonia Trapping project of UVA by promoting the project through its national and international network. Volterra is active in four Life projects and through its mother companies Transfer Consultancy and Blonk in many more.