EU bioplastic projects join forces in efforts to protect nature and environment from plastic waste
Hamburg, 29 April 2021 – The two European projects BIO-PLASTICS EUROPE coordinated by Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany, and SEALIVE coordinated by Instituto
Tecnológico del Embalaje, Transporte y Logística (ITENE) based in Valencia, Spain are joining forces. Together, they aim to advance the research and development of bio-based plastics in the European Union (EU) and thus protect nature and the environment from global plastic waste pollution.
Issued by on Hamburg University of Applied Sciences on behalf of the BIO-PLASTICS EUROPE and SEALIVE project.
Published 14/05/2021 | Last edited 20/05/2021