Aitiip Technology Centre has developed an innovative mulching, in the framework of Multibiosol project (Life +), which this Friday will begin to be installed in fields of Saragossa, where tomato, pepper and cucumber is grown.
With new designs, biodegradable materials and an advanced control system, the project will turn the current linear chain into a circular one.
Recysite project kick of meeting has just been celebrated yesterday, July 7th, in Aitiip Technology Centre headquarters (Zaragoza, Spain). The objective of this project is to produce fully recyclable and reusable green composites based on bioresins and natural fibres.
Biopolymers with advanced functionalities for building and automotive parts processed through additive manufacturing
CIRC-PACK project aims at more sustainable, efficient, competitive, less fossil fuel dependence, integrated and interconnected plastic packaging value chain.
CITRUSPACK aims to demonstrate that sustainability and efficiency can be applied to agricultural and industrial practices by developing the potential of waste in order to diversify and grow farmers/producers' income by means of its valorisation into a series of new value chains.
This project, coordinated by Aitiip Technological Centre has had, as its main line of interest, the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical sectors.
Fibre reinforced thermoset composites (FRTCs) are attractive materials for high demanding sectors, such as automotive or construction, due to their lightweight and excellent mechanical properties.
LIFE Fresh Box: a sustainable transport solution conserving quality of fresh produce, reducing waste & fuel consumption.
The Paraninfo of Universidad de Zaragoza will host FreshBox project final conference, project in which Aitiip is involved as a partner.
Valorisation of mushroom agrowastes to obtain high value products.
High performance biomass extracted functional hybrid polymer coatings for food, cosmetic and medical device packaging.
Innovative fully biodegradable mulching films & fruit protection bags for sustainable agricultural practices.
The Basque city of San Sebastian has hosted the opening meeting for the European project ECOXY “Bio-based recyclable, reshapable and repairable (3R) fibre-reinforced EpOXY composites for automotive and construction sectors.”
RECYSITE aims to demonstrate recyclability and reuse of a new generation of high performance fibre-reinforced thermoset composites from renewable resources (bio-waste).
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