With new designs, biodegradable materials and an advanced control system, the project will turn the current linear chain into a circular one.
The first test grapes have yielded positive results, extending the product life-cycle
In today’s competitive environment packaging has to do a great deal more than simply protect. New active and intelligent technologies hold out the promise of extended shelf life, improved product and brand security, and a more positive consumer experience.
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.
Development of injection and blow extrusion molded biodegradable and multifunctional packages by nanotechnology: improvement of structural and barrier properties, smart features and sustainability.
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.
A presentation of findings and results, open to the general public and stakeholders will take place on February 24, 2016 at the CaixaForum Congress Centre, in Zaragoza, Spain.
The Aitiip Technology Centre researcher and technical director of the European project Dibbiopack presented the results of this European project in Brussels on Tuesday 26 January.
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