This thesis is part of the recently implemented Seventh Framework project “ManureEcoMine” which has the goal of reusing nutrient rich livestock manure as a source for biofertilisers and biogas production while at the same time reducing environmental risks being emanated by animal manure. Therefore an experimental plant has been constructed, first in the Netherlands and further in Spain, in order to ascertain various combinations of state of the art technologies in terms of efficiency, economic viability and applicability for the project. As part of the project, this thesis is trying to develop a literature based risk management concept based on the ISO 31000:2009 risk approach, trying to identify potentially risks appearing from the raw input material as well as throughout several process steps. Further, identified risks have been analysed and evaluated on behalf of ISO recommended tools resulting in risk treatment suggestions. Based on that, monitoring measures have been determined in order to guarantee unproblematic functionality of used technologies. In addition, the risk management concept analyses the projects viability by comparing identified hazards to process scheme state of the art technologies and thereby determining the hazard treatment potential. Therefore a prediction can be made if the used technologies are reasonable or if changes in the project scheme should be considered. Last but not least economic aspects have been analysed in order to investigate the economic potential of the project.