Project News: Combating plastic pollution with bio-based alternatives

PROJECT NEWS: Cutting-Edge Bioplastic Solutions for Both Marine and Terrestrial Environments Unveiled in Malta

PROJECT NEWS: New SEALIVE Policy Brief on the UN Plastics Treaty

PROJECT NEWS: 7th General Assembly in Deventer

PROJECT NEWS: SEALIVE featured on the evening news

PROJECT NEWS: SEALIVE researchers are transferring knowledge about innovative bioplastic products in Croatia, Greece, and Montenegro

PROJECT NEWS: Biobased Plastics for Marine and Terrestrial Applications: Exhibition, Knowledge Transfer & Workshop

PROJECT NEWS: Gate2Growth visit to the LOOP Forum

PROJECT NEWS: 6th General Assembly in Italy

PROJECT NEWS: SEALIVE ready to test its bio-based, industrially compostable and biodegradable fishing nets

PROJECT NEWS: Launch of the SEALIVE Business Plan Tool

PROJECT NEWS: SEALIVE presented Denmark’s biggest funding event

PROJECT NEWS: SEALIVE presented at Littoral 2022

PROJECT NEWS: Partners visit Pellenc ST Factory

PROJECT NEWS: Marine biodegradation testing is underway

PROJECT NEWS: 5th General Assembly in France

Project News: SEALIVE at European Bioplastics Research Network policy makers’ event

Project News: SEALIVE presented at the SETAC Europe 32nd Annual Meeting

Project news: OECD members visit ITENE

Project News: The SEALIVE team meet again in person

Project News: The Circular Economy Summit in Austria

Project News: SEALIVE Roundtable on Biodegradable and Compostable Plastics and Waste Management

Project News: Deciphering (bio-based) plastics

Public consultation on biobased, biodegradable and compostable plastics

New FAO report on agricultural plastic

SEALIVE in Bio Market Insights

Biodegradability of plastics in the open environment

No more haunting by ‘ghost nets’: bio-based and biodegradable nets could be the solution.

EU bioplastic projects join forces in efforts to protect nature and environment from plastic waste

Registration now open for joint BIO-PLASTICS EUROPE & SEALIVE event

Project News: Case Studies on Circular Plastics

Project News: Circularity and the sharing economy

SEALIVE project partners Gate2Growth and Greenovate! Europe are developing business models to support the uptake and use of bio-based plastic solutions. Here we introduce one area of research: circularity and the sharing economy.   Many industries are seeing new business models emerge as a result of growing acceptance… Read More

Project News: Business models for long-life plastic re-use

Project News: Circular business models

Project News: Business models for re-use and recycling of plastics

Project News: SEALIVE research featured by Tomas Bata University in Zlín

Project News: SEALIVE represented at the 3rd European Bioplastics Research Network Event

Project News: SEALIVE project conducting stakeholder engagement on bio-based plastic policies

Project News: Current standards for biodegradation and ecotoxicity

Project News: Engineering new bio-polymer plastics

15th European Bioplastics Conference

Project News: Biodegradation standards

Project News: Testing new additives for biopolymers

Project News: Biodegradable fishing nets!

SEALIVE General Meeting, May 2020