Plantics-GX composites can replace conventional, fossil-based plastic composites.
The project Steel2Chemicals develops a closed value chain in which CO from steel production is used as feedstock for the chemical industry.
Cell-U-Value developed and utilized the capabilities of tertiary cellulose as a feedstock for biobased and sustainable chemicals to its fullest potential.
The ZERO BRINE project combines technologies to recover products of high quality and sufficient purity from brine.
PET trays are currently difficult to recycle. How can we create a fully circular PET tray solution that meets market demands while minimizing environmental impact?
Scissors researches the processing of specific wet waste streams through the potential of super critical water (SCW) technology.
Centrifugal contactors, such as RPBs, could provide significant improvement of separation processes in the chemical industry. This technology seems potentially suitable for replacing or debottlenecking current unit operations which suffer...
The Carbon Transition Model is a simulation model to explore ways to reduce emissions and increase carbon circularity.
In the Sussic project, atomic layer deposition (ALD) will be used for the development of SiC NF membranes, allowing treatment of challenging industrial streams.
The European project cluster aims to approach 80% CO2 emission reduction in the lignocellulose processing chain.
The ReBBloCS project aims to develop new circular value chains for the valorisation of complex and mixed waste streams into valuable chemical products.
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 Provides initiative aims to make the paper industry more sustainable by developing Deep Eutectic Solvents (DES).