Is a circular economy for polymers possible? May 22-23 in San Sebastian

🗓 May 22-23, 2024

📍 San Sebastian (Spain)

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The transition towards a circular polymer economy is increasingly encouraged by global concerns about the emission of greenhouse gasses depletion of resources related to the polymer industry and the environmental impact of the mismanagement of plastic wastes. Want to know the latest breakthroughs on the topic? Then join us for this two-day seminar on the future of plastics, for transforming the polymer industry from a damaging linear production of plastics to a virtuous circular economy.

📎 DAY 1 / Renewable resources for more circular plastics

  • Karolien Vanbroekhoven
  • Sylvain Caillol
  • Luis Cabedo Mas
  • Philip Scholten

📎 DAY 2 / Circularity in Light-Mediated Additive Manufacturing

  • Timothy Long
  • Joe DeSimone
  • Haritz Sardon
  • Eva Blasco

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The event was imagined inside NATURE-EID and POLINA projects and organized by UPV/EHU-POLYMAT and POLYKEY with the support of the European Union.