Research groups at Ghent University alleviate the irritation of mouth masks with an innovative gadget produced from sustainable and circular plastic.
The corona pandemic made social life to come to a halt, but PlastiCity project meetings continued. Esmée Dijt from our project partner The Hague gives an insight in her meeting routine.
Cheap oil might be beneficial for consumers, but it is detrimental for plastic recycling activities.
Future Earth, The Greening of Industry Network and the International Forum on Sustainable Value Chains are inviting to an online open forum on circular economy transition.
The call for a Green recovery from the corona crisis is sounding ever louder. We kicked of the week with a successful fundraiser, but more is needed to prevent this crisis from happening again.
PlastiCity partner Van werven is going through some rough times due to the corona crisis. Even so, they are taking learnings and looking ahead.
The staff of the Center for Research, Education and Innovation (CERI) manufactured a prototype of overcoats to be used in hospital centres.
Esmée, who lives in The Hague has seen how the corona epidemic is changing social life and work life.
This workshop has been cancelled for safety and health reasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The PlastiCity team in Southend is visiting over 300 businesses and schools to develop a local circular economy in which schools and businesses work together to recycle or reuse plastics.