On June 23 and 24, the transfer conference of the joint project ReziProK (Resource Efficient Circular Economy – Innovative Product Cycles) took place, where the results of the 25 subprojects were presented and discussed.
Our “All-Polymer” project involved the University of Koblenz-Landau, the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, the Infinex Group, HAHN Kunststoffe, A+ Composites and, as an associated partner, Roechling Automotive.
Together, we were able to demonstrate that certain fiber-reinforced plastics are suitable for closed-loop recycling and provide recycled materials with more potential applications. Prototypes and results from the projects were presented at the “Market of Possibilities” and the exchange on research into concepts suitable for recycling was intensified. We would like to thank the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for supporting projects that further develop sustainable management and production. We would also like to thank DECHEMA as well as N³ Nachhaltigkeitsberatung for organizing all events and for networking the project participants.
- Project website: https://allpolymer.de/en/
- Website of the joint project: https://innovative-produktkreislaeufe.de/resswinn/en/