This formative guideline explains (through text, boxes, photos, pictures, graphs and charts) the technical and operational characteristics, protocols and procedures for POREM bioactivator production from poultry manure/litter, as well as technical and environmental advantages.
Refer to the Guideline for POREM Bioactivator Use for details related to its application procedure for crop production and land restoration of European degraded soils.

This guideline is addressed to:
- Poultry farmers, the subjects managing the part of production chain for chicken eggs or for chicken broilers, as well as turkeys (for meat), ducks (for meat, foie gras or eggs), also intensive poultry/fowl rearing.
Particularly, it is addressed to poultry farmers with mixed production (agricultural activities associated with fowl rearing, with the aim to optimize the quality of the manure they spread in their soils) and organic poultry farmers.
- Farmers who want to use a product able to fertilize, improve and regenerate the soils for agricultural use, suitable for all agricultural crops. They can directly produce the bioactivator, the regenerative product on farm, due to the simple procedure to obtain it, from poultry manure/litter.
Particularly it is addressed to farmers managing degraded soils, both exploited, compacted and/or organic matter depleted.
- Organic fertilizer manufacturers, who wants to introduce new product category and products, such as a soil bioactivator.
- Public institutions that want to restore areas characterized by degraded and organic matter-depleted soils.
The ambition of this guideline is to provide an instrument for national and European policy makers as well as to the general public, because the demonstration of the POREM system will contribute to create and spread new perspectives and possibilities in the field of land use and management.