VALUEMAG Final workshop. 12th March at Lille, France

  VALUEMAG project is getting to its end. Next 12th March the final workshop will be hosted after the BIOKET conference at Lille, France. Major members of the consortium will present to the public the results of the VALUEMAG project.  You can have a look at the final programme HERE You can register for free […]

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MultiCycle Stakeholders’ Event has ended with great success

The first MultiCycle Stakeholders’ Event is over. 🙁 We are more than thankful for this great warm welcome from all our external attendees from industry, associations and research entities. They have made this event a success. We would like to give them a special thanks for having shared with us their thoughts on how the […]

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IRIS invites you to the AP-Waste project presentation on 18th March

  IRIS Technology is honoured to participate in AP-Waste, a pioneering project in Spain coordinated by Asaja to value and manage single-use agro-plastic waste (PAs), through the combination of insects and microorganisms. The waste generated is a major environmental problem and maximum impact on the national horticultural activity. Around 950,000 ha of agricultural land and the […]

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‘How KET technologies will revolutionize the packaging world’, a topic on PICK&PACK 2020

  The packaging industry and intralogistics are evolving at an extraordinary speed because of the emergence of the Industry 4.0 revolution to assume new challenges. Barcelona, as one of the most cosmopolitan and innovative European capitals in the sector, celebrated from 12th to 14th February in the CCIB the PICK&PACK exhibition, that held the European […]

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Multicycle ‘Circular Future of Plastics’ stakeholders’ event in Fraunhofer IVV on 26th February

Plastic is a key material used in the industrial sector but only 32% of plastic waste is currently recycled. This fact demonstrates the need for improving technologies, practices and systems towards the creation of true circularity and resource efficiency.  To this purpose, some of the main actors* of the Multicycle project will meet at the […]

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Emerging active packaging solution for food preservation

  In recent years, the major driving forces for innovation in food packaging technology have been the increase in consumer demand for minimally processed foods and stricter requirements regarding consumer health and safety. As a result of these inputs, a new mode of packaging in which the package, the product, and the environment interact to […]

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Ecobulk M30 meeting at Pozzuoli

  From 11th to 12th December our Ecobulk project team formed by Marta Jurado, Simona Neri, David Nettleton, and Cristina Fernández, attended the Ecobulk M30 meeting at Pozzuoli, Italy, presenting the Quality Assurance System (QAS) developed for the WP6 of the project. The Ecobulk’s software systems are envisioned as a platform which provides the circular economy […]

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The first MultiCycle project newsletter is already here!!

Welcome to the first annual MultiCycle project newsletter!!!   MultiCycle is delivering an industrial recycling pilot plant for thermoplastic-based multi-materials, demonstrating the shift to a circular economic model in multilayer packaging / flexible films and fibre-reinforced thermoplastic composites in the automotive sector, as indicators of potential in many other segments.   MultiCycle project coordinators are […]

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IRIS Technology attends to the Ecomondo trade fair

  From November 5th to 8th, the Ecomondo trade fair is held in Rimini Exhibition Centre in Italy, the most important event in Europe on the new models of the circular economy. More than 98,000 square meters dedicated to technologies, trends, updates and opportunities related to the application of the circular economy, where more than 80,000 visitors, more […]

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Dissemination day in Sunne on the 26th September of PulpAcktion

  On September 26th a part of the PULPACKTION team gathered at Rottneros Packaging in Sunne for a get-together and review of the project status. The project aims to develop a cellulose-based packaging solution able to compete with current fossil-based packaging systems. PULPACKTION will develop fully bio-based packaging materials with a high percentage of cellulose for food […]

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