NUREL participates in the polynSPIRE Project

NUREL polynSpire Project Polyamide Recycling
NUREL participates in the polynSPIRE Project

Demonstration of Innovative Technologies towards a more Efficient and Sustainable Plastic Recycling.

01/10/2018

In this project European companies, universities and research institutes work together to demonstrate innovative technologies towards a more efficient and sustainable plastic recycling.

polynSPIRE aims to improve the overall performance of plastics recycling, looking for a more sustainable plastic value chain.

The project brings together 22 leading European research/academic institutions, governmental organisations, and industries and SMEs. 

EU research program Horizon 2020 has awarded a grant worth 10 million euros to the project polynSPIRE, this project has a duration of 48 months.

The main objective of polynSPIRE is the optimization of recycling processes for plastic containing materials. The consortium wants to demonstrate a comprehensive set of innovative, cost-effective and sustainable solutions, both for post-consumer plastics as plastic containing waste from industry. 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 820665.