25 October 2017 en Environment, Packaging
The European project EnzOx2, in which AIMPLAS takes part, investigates new technologies to obtain high added-value chemical compounds from biomass.
Last July, the project PERCAL «Chemical building blocks from versatile MSW biorefinery» started, whose kick-off meeting was held at AIMPLAS, the Plastics Technology Centre.
The company Plásticos Romero, in collaboration with AIMPLAS, the Plastics Technology Centre, has led the project to tackle, from a sustainable point of view, the production of manufactured packages from complex structures. It is the...
12 September 2017 en Environment, Training in plastics
On 17 and 18 October Brussels will host the conference Algae Biorefineries for Europe, a meeting organized by AIMPLAS as coordinator of the project BISIGODOS together with the coordinators of other three European projects on algae...
04 September 2017 en Agriculture, Environment
A new study assesses the current state of knowledge surrounding the extraction and uses of valuable compounds and residue materials from four agricultural crops: cereals, olives, potatoes and tomatoes. Published in the special issue of “...
06 July 2017 en Bioplastics, Environment, Packaging
MIPLASCOE, funded by CDTI through the programme Innterconecta 2016, aims to produce biopolyesters by using fermentation from wastes of the orange juice industry for the manufacturing of elements for the rail industry and bottles to package...
26 June 2017 en Environment, Packaging
Coordinated by the company QUIMOVIL, the project AQUAFLEX will allow the development of a new generation of more sustainable water-based inks for the food packaging sector.
The project Bread4PLA, coordinated by AIMPLAS, has been awarded with one of the two Green Awards in the category of Environment that the European Commission has given as one of the best LIFE projects of the last 25 years.
17 May 2017 en Bioplastics, Environment, R&D, Recycling
The FIBFAB project, coordinated by AIMPLAS, will allow obtaining sustainable textile fibres to replace polyester with advantages such as higher breathability, lower weight, better tinting and UV rays resistance.
08 May 2017 en Bioplastics, Environment, Packaging
The European project KARMA 2020, where AIMPLAS participates, will develop a waste valorization technology in the poultry industry to obtain new biodegradable packages, reinforcements for composites, biocomposites, fertilizers and flame-...