Centre d`Etude et de Valorisation des Algues

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Centre d`Etude et de Valorisation des Algues
Centre d’Etude et de Valorisation des Algues
CEVA : Centre d’Etude et de Valorisation des Algues
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Technical Center created in 1982
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Missions :
- develop algae-based economy in a sustainable manner
- assist coastal counties with green tide issues
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Private, non-profit,
Private
non profit research organization :
- Stockholders: Côtes d’Armor General Council (>50%), Bretagne
Region, Ifremer, various seaweed-processing companies…
Turnover 2010 : 1.9 M€
27%
46%
Private contracts
Public
Allocations
27%
2 %
Staff = 26 persons
Algae,
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CEV
CEVA
Know-How
Applications
- T
Technology
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and
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Market
k t studies
t di on products
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and processes integrating algae
- Technology, Market and regulation survey
- Expertize in the context of algae products and
process
- Technology Adviser, RDT network
- To support investors or companies in
technology and market evaluation, to
catalyze networking
networking.
- Training in Algae products and processes
- Ph
Physicochemical
i
h i l analyses
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: minerals,
i
l proteins
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polysaccharides, polyphenols, analytical R&D.
- Reference laboratory for algae analysis
- Marine biotechnology: enzyme activity,
process development, fermentation
- Quality control (e.g. for food applications)
- Production of certified reference materials
- Deformulation of food products :
hydrocolloids saccharides,
hydrocolloids,
saccharides salts
- Deformulation of cosmetic products :
hydrocolloid identification.
Algae,
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CEV
CEVA
Analytical equipments
- Chromatography:
Ch
h HPLC,
HPLC FPLC,
FPLC low
l
pressure
and preparative
- Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
- UV
UV-Vis
Vis Spectrophotometry .
- Titrimetry, N and P elemental analysis.
- US probe, Freeze drier
- Microbiology lab., 2 ltr fermentor
Equipement
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for Knowledge
g Management
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Type off S
Services
Consulting, expertize, training, studies,
Analysis, Tests, QC, R&D
Contact : Yannick LERAT
33 (0)2 9622 9350
Algae,
l
CEV
CEVA
[email protected]
Know - How
- Coastal ecosystem ecology
- Algae
Al
ecophysiology
h i l
- Seaweed eutrophication modeling
- Image and sonar signal treatment
Applications
- Technical assistance to coastal areas for drifted
seaweed management (to prevent & cure)
- seaweed biomass evaluation for industrial purposes
Domain
Equipement
- Hyperspectral
by plane to
H perspectral image capture
capt re b
evaluate algal biomass
- Sonar acoustic signal treatment to evaluate
underwater algal
g biomass .
- Specific an proprietary calibrations applied
to seaweed species.
Environment
Type of Services
Consulting, expertise, training, R&D
Contact : Patrick DION
33 (0)2 9622 9350
[email protected]
Know-How
- Algae Ecophysiology
- Algae Culture (Seaweed and MicroAlgae)
- Harvesting and Collecting Processes
- Natural Stock Evaluation
E
Equipment
Hatchery, indoor tanks
Micro-algae cultivation room (10x350L)
Outdoor pools (10x1000L,
(10x1000L 5x6000L)
Open-sea Farm (6 Ha)
Applications
Production of Algal raw material
Harvesting in natural stocks
H
Harvesting
i of
fd
drifted
if d seaweed
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Cultivation of Algae
Examples
- Undaria pinnatifida culture for BIOCEAN
company, by direct spore collection.
- industrial microalgae culture to capture
CO2, for SECHE corporation.
- industrial micro-algae culture on farm
manure
- Collaborative project with oyster farmers
Domain
Biomass production for algae based
products.
Harvesting
g and p
processing
g of drifted
seaweeds
Type of Services
Consulting, expertise, training, prototyping,
industrial scale up, R&D hatchery
Contact : Marc DANJON
33 (0)2 9622 9350
Algae,
l
CEV
CEVA
Marc [email protected] fr
[email protected]
Know-How
- Chemistry of algae components : minerals
polysaccharides, polyphenols, proteins…
- Extraction and purification processes
Formulation
- Molecules modifications by chemical or
biotechnological
g
processes
p
Equipement
q p
- Microbiology Laboratory
- Physico-Chemical Laboratory
- Lab Scale equipment
- Multipurpose pilot facility (1000 m2)
up to 1 ton / batch
Domain
Agriculture, Food, Feed, Energy,
Environment, Chemistry, Health,
Pharma Bio-industries
Bio industries
Pharma,
Applications
A product
d t iintegrating
t
ti algae
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t i l and
d
Any
material
any processes to prepare algae material
for :
- End product formulators, extract &
intermediate product makers, first
transformers of algae
E
Examples
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T
Type
of
f Services
- Encapsulation technique to make "Perles de
l'Océan“ (Ocean Pearl), Globe Export, Isogone
2009 winning price.
price
Consulting, expertise, training, R&D
prototyping, industrial scale-up,
t h l
technology
transfer
t
f
- Biotechnological process to produce oligo-alginate
used in cosmetic formulations since 10 years by
CODIF INTERNATIONAL.
- Seaweed Polyphenol extract with biological activity
on atherosclerosis for DIANA NATURALS
(Phytonutriance®).
- Seaweed regulation for food applications and
development of associated analytical methods to
assess quality on behalf of French algae industries.
Contact : Jean François
ç
SASSI
33 (0)2 9622 9350
[email protected]
Value
Chain
extraction
purification
chemo-enzymatic
modification
difi
i
pre
treatment
harvesting
lti ti
cultivation
Algae
Biomass
Finished
Product
St bili d
Stabilized
RM
Ingredient
Specialty Chemical
formulation
market
analysis
Markets
a ets & app
applications
cat o s add
addressed
essed
Green Materials
Biorefinery
f
Bio–
energy
Agriculture
Cosmetics
osmetics
Health - Nutrition
Some of our references…
Cracking Approach to multiply application potential
Materials
polysaccharides
Including cellulose, starch,
and functional polysaccharides
built on rare sugars )
Fertilizers
polyphenols
phytosanitary
(phlorotannins,
halogenated &
sulfated
lf t d
polyphenols)
Cosmetic
proteins
t i
Animal
Feeding
Human
Food
sulfur
lf &
carbohydrate
metabolites
D i
Drain
Water
Cell Water
Fine
Chemistry
Mi
Minerals
l
Ca, K, Mg,
Iodine, Fe, …
Pharma
Tuning macroalgal biomass composition
Under
U
d aquaculture
lt
conditions,
diti
seaweed
d
metabolism can be oriented towards the
production of targeted substances
3 day
y
starvation
Total carbs
= 20%/DM
Total carbs
= 60%/DM
100%
D-glucuronic acid
80%
D-Galacturonic acid
L-Rhamnose
60%
D-xylose
D-mannose
D-glucose
40%
D-galactose
On-land, continuous tank
culture, with seawater
recycling
20%
0%
N-sufficient
N-deficient
Biomass 
starch 
Algae,
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CEVA

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