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Date:6/21/2011

ional costs of DANA are lower by 40% compared with the operational costs of existing traditional systems. This is achieved thanks to the fact that DANA spares a number of components used when there are two separate devices, and the gas created by the micro-organisms also provides the necessary energy to run the facilities. 'The system is attractive in means of financial savings, footprint and greenhouse gases emissions', declares Leshem, 'It is a perfect example of synergy - we take two things, add them together and receive a result that is greater than the sum of both.

This synergy effect depicted in the technology can also be found in the research and development process: EUREKA brought together a number of collaborators and the result is greater than the sum of them. Leshem describes it this way: 'The special thing about EUREKA, which is different than a regular funding platform, is the fact that it encourages the companies to bring their own specialization and create together a high-value result. If each of the partners had tried to develop such a system individually, it would have taken a decade more. Without EUREKA, the project would have never come into existence'. Olthof adds: 'For small companies with limited innovation budgets, the EUREKA label is a significant asset.'


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