PlastiCity is looking for companies in Ghent that want to play an important role in the recycling of plastic industrial waste. Discover the advantages here. Collection, recycling and reuse of plastic company wastePlastiCity, a European-funded project running in Ghent, The Hague, Southend-on-Sea and Douai, is testing the viability of
Report: Replicable strategy to produce solutions for the collection, sorting and reprocessing of commercial and industrial plastic waste in urban environments
This report outlines a strategy to produce solutions for the collection, sorting and reprocessing of commercial and industrial (C&I)1 plastic waste in urban environments. The strategy has been developed by the consortium of the Interreg 2 Seas project “PlastiCity” and will be applied in test studies in four European cities over the course
During the webinar, the various project partners of PlastiCity in Ghent zoomed in on their role in the project and the assets in the Ghent region: a local and European policy with attention to clean technology and the circular economy, Ghent University as a unique knowledge partner specializing in the recycling of plastics in the […]
Op donderdag 22 april organiseerde de Stad Gent de webinar "Plastics: kopzorg of kans?" om partners en bedrijven een inkijk te geven en sterker te betrekken bij het PlastiCity project.
PlastiCity collaborates with a wide range of actors to create innovative local circular business models.
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.
Kerstin Kleinhans from Ghent University presented PlastiCity at the 9th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns Mannheim 2020 where the City of Ghent also signed the European Circular Cities Declaration.
The corona pandemic is giving the plastic recycling industry hard times. PlastiCity partners are looking forward to turn this crisis in an opportunity.
On July 10, the PlastiCity partners from The Hague and alderman Liesbeth van Tongeren handed over the first 100 face shields made out of fully recycled PET to the Haga hospital in The Hague.
Research groups at Ghent University alleviate the irritation of mouth masks with an innovative gadget produced from sustainable and circular plastic.