The call for the RECIPLAST project has been extended until 2022

It’s official: the call to join the RECIPLAST project has been extended until June 13, 2022.

The decision was made to meet all the difficulties that many companies and industries, some of whom are often fundamental for the economy of their territory, have encountered due to the pandemic emergency crisis linked to the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

What is the Reciplast project?

The future is sustainable. The RECIPLAST project starts from this premise, a fundamental point for the development of a circular economy that reduces its impact on the world in which we live.

Funded by the Piedmont Region under the POR-FESR 2014-2020 framework, with reference to the plan envisaged by the European Union, the RECIPLAST project aims to develop a new strategy focused on interventions that could ensure intelligent, sustainable, and inclusive industrial growth. The areas of innovation are many and very different: industrial innovation, research, innovation for health, the digital society, and the enhancement of the territory. Specifically, RECIPLAST finances its partners (including Garbo Srl) in the development of technological solutions that are able to favor the separation, recycling, and valorization of plastic waste. Waste that, to date, still cannot be fully exploited for reuse in the context of a circular economy.

The future is sustainable. Garbo and the RECIPLAST project are committed to making this really happen.

Together, with Garbo, towards the development of a circular economy.

Visit the official website for more detailed information.