Plastipolis offers you the opportunity to take stock of the bio-sourced theme through three European projects.
Financed by three distinct instruments: H2020, LIFE and Interreg, these projects contribute to the creation of a real circular economy around packaging. In citruspack, the aim is to develop a new bio-sourced and biodegradable material from citrus waste. Circ-pack focuses on eco-design to improve the collection and recycling of multi-layer packaging. AlpLinkBioEco's ambition is to create new value chains around the bio-economy by strengthening the link between stakeholders.
This webinar will be led by Sylvie Charrel, Plastipolis' "Flexible Plastics and Packaging" Innovation Project Manager.
A bio-sourced material from citrus fruits: towards a circular economy (Citruspack)
Eco-design and bio-sourced: 2 levers towards improved recycling (Circ-Pack)
4 new value chains for the benefit of the bio-economy (AlpLinkBioEco)
Presentation of the European Congress S3: why go there?
Animation of the Plastipolis branch in Monistrol sur Loire
Implementation of collaborative projects (national, regional, European route) of innovation
Implementation of collective action
Supporting companies towards innovation