MAGNO is pioneering sustainable packaging solutions for EU food systems, in line with EU climate targets, utilizing innovative strategies and a Digital Twin. By engaging stakeholders, it aims to reduce plastic pollution while enhancing efficiency and sustainability across the supply chain.
PRIMUS Project aims to improve plastic recycling with advanced technologies like debromination and smart mechanical recycling, producing high-quality recyclates for demanding applications, including food contact items.
SeaClear2.0 integrates autonomous robots for monitoring and collecting marine litter, alongside participatory methods for site-specific prevention measures, aiming to enhance marine litter management and promote ocean health.
A Horizon Europe innovation Program creating innovative solutions and technologies to monitor, collect, prevent and valorise (micro)plastic from our oceans. Its approach is rooted in science, circularity, and community engagement aiming to protect water ecosystems, reduce pollution and develop a climate-neutral blue economy.
A three-year-long HORIZON 2020, EU-funded project aiming at improving the sorting, separation and recycling of composite and multi-layer materials.
Circular FoodPack
Circular FoodPack targets circularity in food, personal, and home care packaging through Tracer-Based and Sensor-Based Sorting systems. Materials undergo washing, delamination, and purification, creating high-performance mono-material packaging to support the EU's carbon-neutral ambitions by 2050.
Sol-Rec2 aims to improve the sorting and recycling of pharma blister packs and multi-layer packaging with digital watermark tech and green solvents, led by a consortium of EU SMEs and research partners, promoting sustainability and circular economy principles in laminate packaging.
ViSS project will create a new value chain based on PHBV, a biodegradable copolymer, as an alternative to fossil-based plastics for food packaging applications.
Plastic mulch films in agriculture aid crop growth and water conservation, but thin films pose recovery challenges. ReBIOlution targets sustainability by using non-toxic materials, reducing resource consumption, and ensuring recyclability and biodegradability, facilitating a smooth transition in the value chain while minimizing costs.