The coastal areas of England, France, Belgium (Flanders) and the Netherlands are generating a huge amount of plastic waste. However, overall plastic recycling rates remain low.A lot of plastic waste is not effectively recycled or validated. These ‘lost plastics’ can form a prominent role in the circular economy. There are substantial economic and environmental benefits to win by stepping away from traditional plastic disposal methods. PlastiCity will develop innovative sustainable logistics, linked to local lumping solutions at plastic reuse and refinery hubs. And we will provide stakeholders with useful data in a systematic way on urban platforms.

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Creating new circular value chains in The Hague and Douai

Creating new circular value chains in The Hague and Douai

March 30, 20210 Comments
PlastiCity collaborates with a wide range of actors to create innovative local circular business models.
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Plastics: waste or opportunity?

Plastics: waste or opportunity?

March 29, 20210 Comments
PlastiCity cordially invites you to an interactive webinar where we connect the various stakeholders and exchange insights.
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A plastic journey from The Hague to Ghent

A plastic journey from The Hague to Ghent

March 25, 20210 Comments
PlastiCity shipped a container of plastic waste, collected in The Hague from 15 partnering companies, to be tested in the Mobile Lab at Ghent University.
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 PlastiCity follows a quadruple helix co-creation process involving industry, government, research and citizens. Our partners bring together a diverse range of urban and academic skills, expertise and approaches. They are active in different national and local systems. This enables us to identify best practices and to develop a replicable model relevant to other urban environments in the 2Seas region.
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