HELACS project is conceived as a solution for future aircraft dismantling issues derived from introduction of innovative Carbon Fibre Reinforce Polymer (CFRP) material.
This year, Aitiip Technology Centre has travelled to Berlin to participate in the II Annual Bioplastics Forum. A prestigious meeting point where European innovation comes together to highlight the latest advances in sustainability and circular economy in the field of plastics.
Plastic is a valuable material that increase our quality of life. Plastic help us to increase vegetables shelf life, plastic contains liquids and medicines. Plastics in workers helmets keep them safe. Plastics in portable electronic devices let us access the Internet or communicate with family and friends on the go.
BIOcomposites in smart plastics transformation processes
The target of the project is to develop a new technology based on the use of mutated enzymes from the family of the ligninases to carry out the degradation of thermostable composites based on epoxy, polyester and vinyl ester resins in order to resolve their current end-of-life issues.
Today all partners of Bizente project met online for the project´s kick off meeting. They aim to recycle thermostable composites from construction, aviation and automotive sectors amongst others.
The LIFE Multibiosol consortium, led by AITIIP in collaboration with PCTAD, EEAD-CSIC, Archa, Transfer Consultancy, CAA and GroenCreatie would like to invite you to the final conference.
A conference entitled “Boosting advanced bio-plastic in the agriculture sector” will take place in Zaragoza (Spain) on May 29th. This conference will present results from the LIFE project Multibiosol , which has developed advanced bio-plastics to be used as mulching and fruit bags in the agricultural sector.
Implementation of a new Circular Economy through the valorisation of postconsumer PLAstic waste and reclaimed pulp FIBer
The HELACS project was one of the main projects presented at the 3rd edition of COMPOSIFORUM, the international forum on composite materials, organised by the Cátedra Aitiip-Unizar, in Zaragoza.
On July 17th AGROBIOSOL Supraregional Operative Group meeting has been celebrated. AGROBIOSIOL "Improving the Quality of Fruits and Vegetables through Sustainable Production using Biobased and Biodegradable Materials".
The project Bio+, will allow to develop customized compostable materials for plastic packages, bags and tableware.
The emerging bioeconomy is moving from research niche to market norm and Europe needs to maintain its current global leadership. The High Level Bioeconomy conference focus on the need to have a sustainable and circular bioeconomy to enhance the transition in a changed EU policy context and towards a new environmental, social and economic reality.
The power of evolved ancestral enzymes to solve plastic sustainability.
The morning programme Despierta Aragón, of Aragón Radio, has granted an interesting interview to Dr. Lidia García Quilés, coordinator of the project in Aitiip.
El proyecto Funguschain en el que participa AITIIP y otras entidades españolas acapara la atención de la revista especializada "Plásticos y Caucho".