Carmen Gabaldón (coordinator of the project) and Albert Waalkens, scientists in charge of the Universitat de València and Pure Air Solutions respectively, went to the north of Spain in January to disseminate the new technology for solvent abatement (Boncus), which has been developed within the Next Air Biotreat project, with a 50%-50% shared patent between the two partners of the project. Both scientist met a flexographic end user, to which they explained the advantages of the new technology, since solvents are converted into directly usable energy, taking profit of their waste emissions. A commercial agent (Innopack), company specialized in the flexographic and rotogravure sectors was also present in the dissemination meeting.