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A digital tool to guide territories towards sustainable management strategies

May 2021
Gallery SAGID 1
Gallery SAGID 1


In a context of resource scarcity due to climate change, roadside management today only consumes resources, whereas it has an untapped production potential if managed sustainably. SAGID is a digital modelling tool to guide territories towards positive externalities and opportunities of roadside management. An example is collecting grass from the verges to transform it into renewable bioenergy through composting or biogas production. Therefore, it should help managers to identify and economically quantify the impacts of alternative management of road dependencies compared to conventional road maintenance. These impacts are social (recruitment of new competencies, local partnerships between farmers, public authorities, companies), economic (less frequent maintenance operations, e.g. ditch cleaning, added value of biomass for energy production), and environmental (renewable bioenergy production without competing with food crops, water quality preservation and biodiversity enhancement).

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Label Date May 19, 2021
By Noremat
From France
Maturity stage Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab
Looking For Network, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • Unlimited number of modelling based on field data
  • With only 4 to 8 input figures, SAGID can model different road maintenance scenarios with incomes and costs
  • Helps to reduce roadside management greenhouse gas emissions up to 65%
  • The biomethane produced by 1 km of road provides the equivalent of 1 to 2 months electricity

The Financial benefits

  • -25% on road maintenance costs by collecting and valorisating grass
  • Free software

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Company Profile


Noremat designs and distributes solutions for the maintenance of roadside verges and upkeep of the landscape.

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Headquarters 54710 Ludres, France

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