EcoPlastiC presented at the Avecom webinar

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The surge in plastic waste has accelerated the need for sustainable solutions. Projects like EcoPlastiC pave the way towards combating single-use plastic pollution, presenting eco-friendly alternatives that not only reduce waste, but also offer sustainable solutions to conventional plastics.

Our partners from Avecom organized a free online webinar Unveiling the Role of Biodegradation in a Circular Economy. Speakers from Avecom were Stijn Boeren (Director), Kim Windey (Operations Director) and Helena Koninckx (Project Engineer). The event was an excellent success and 83 participants from 17 different countries attended.

Avecom webinar speakers

The webinar content included:

  • Meet Avecom: Dive into our values and how we're shaping a greener tomorrow.
  • Our Services Highlighted: Explore our top-notch soil and water remediation lab services.
  • Product Showcased: Get a peek at our ground-breaking water and soil microbial consortia.
  • From Waste to Worth: See how Avecom combines biodegradation and biopolymerization, leading to a full circle eco system.
  • EcoPlastiC in Focus: Uncover the magic of turning plastic waste into top-tier biopolymers that can be perpetually recycled. The EcoPlastiC project was presented by one of our Project Ambassador, Helena Koninckx.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe EIC Pathfinder programme under grant agreement No 101046758

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The project leading to this application has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe EIC Pathfinder programme under agreement No 101046758

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