The European project cluster aims to approach 80% CO2 emission reduction in the lignocellulose processing chain.
The Carbon Transition Model is a simulation model to explore ways to reduce emissions and increase carbon circularity.
This project focuses on radically innovating the way we address mechanical sorting of plastic waste.
Biorefinery enables the production of healthy ingredients and the recovery of valuable components (i.e. proteins) out of process streams.
The plastic recycling process today has losses and emissions, such as microplastics, inks and incorrectly sorted plastics. This prevents us of closing the plastic cycle.
Innovative CO2 separation technology aims to reduce emissions in steel industry. This project revolves around an innovative technology with the potential to reduce CO2 emissions across the major energy intensive...
The LOGIC project scales-up the Liquid-Out Gas-In Concept reactor for methanol synthesis from CO2 and sustainable hydrogen.
The project Steel2Chemicals develops a closed value chain in which CO from steel production is used as feedstock for the chemical industry.
Plantics-GX composites can replace conventional, fossil-based plastic composites.
In the Netherlands there is a total quantity of 1 million tons of roadside grass which must be mowed at least twice a year to keep the roadside banks safe....
This project aims at improved circularity of polyolefin-based packaging materials through overcoming technological hurdles.
Calmem concerns nano manufactured ceramic membranes that can supersede distillation columns for energy saving in the Netherlands.
PROVE IT is all about the technical feasibility of the production of methanol from CO2 waste gas.
ReCYCLE is a cutting-edge project that combines electric bikes with durable circular plastic parts, pushing the boundaries of innovation in sustainability.
The Provides initiative aims to make the paper industry more sustainable by developing Deep Eutectic Solvents (DES).
The goal of this project was to produce ethylene from methane using pulsed compression technology and to determine the feasibility for industrial applications.
Ceramic organic solvent nanofiltration membranes with small pore sizes and high throughputs, as compared to polymeric membranes, will be developed by a novel technology.
In the Sussic project, atomic layer deposition (ALD) will be used for the development of SiC NF membranes, allowing treatment of challenging industrial streams.
Project stAgglop aims to improve agglomeration control to contribute to the reduction of emissions for industrial drying systems.
ReCoVR designs and develops novel functional materials and technologies to selectively recover high-value molecules.
Cell-U-Value aims to develop and utilize the capabilities of tertiary cellulose as a feedstock for biobased and sustainable chemicals to its fullest potential, and also to tackle and overcome the...
ISPT's Cirbind project scales up the Plantics-GX bioresin production process to generate safe, strong & high impact circular binder applications.
The aim of the SUPP project is to create one combined and integrated robust batch process in order to stabilize and upgrade steel slag and neutralize hydrochloric acid. In addition, it...
This project focuses on requiering better insights into the distribution and behaviour of conditioning chemicals that is used in their steam-water cycles and condensate polishing. Process industries strive for more...