Gypsum conversion method (CaSO4), an industrial by-product of low market value, into limestone and fertilizer.
Circular Economy: the continuous positive development cycle
Circular economies eliminate waste through design by creating more efficient systems that account for the entire lifecycle of a product, ensuring that the waste that does occur is of as high a quality as possible so natural resources can be reused.
Conversion process of organic sources into fuel and chemical products in conditions of self-sustainability without generating emissions
Ultrasound-assisted extraction to obtain natural dyes for dyeing use from by-products of the grape/wine sector.
Enhancing the potentiality of polyolefins biodegradation using fungal mycelium strains, to increase their recyclability.
Recovery of bioplastics through the use of enzymes from microbial cultures that effectively hydrolyze bioplastic polyesters.
Circular economy of polyesters and polyamides with high commercial value, enhancing today irrecoverable waste.
Novel method for thermal conversion of plasmix into products with high added value such as lubricant bases and hydrogen.
Process and related plant for the chemical conversion of rubber mixes, but also of plastics, also known as plasmix.
Tidal energy converter that captures energy from any direction, scalable, small, modular and suitable for use at different depths.
Premixed formulation conceived for the production of non-structural substrates, for new constructions and restoration works.
Lightweight and easily workable material, made with natural and recycled elements for building and other structures.
Upcycling of thermoplastic materials based on polycondensation polymers, to modulate their thermomechanical properties.
Thermoplastic polymer compositions useful for the production of biodegradable and compostable products and packaging.
Processing process of leather waste for the production of reusable leatherette material in various sectors.
Recycling of protective helmets that allows you to separate and recycle all the components they are made of with high efficiency.
Composter for transforming household organic waste into compost with high agronomic qualities and respecting the environment.
The dishwasher wastewater, regenerated via a biofilter, can be used as feed to promote plant growth thanks to its nutrient content.
Extract containing anthocyanins and other polyphenols from pigmented oranges in combination with eriocitrin and other lemon flavanones.
Process to obtain cellulose from citrus pulp (peels, pulp and seeds) using environmentally friendly solvents and low temperatures.
Metal-polysulfides redox flow battery based on low-cost, earth-abundant and non-toxic materials for stationary energy storage.
The use of waste wool in the biocomposite / paper manufacturing process without the use of chemicals and binding materials.
Method which uses a natural agent extracted from waste residues from the olive oil industry to produce metal nanoparticles.
Thermal insulation panels for building application, entirely composed of agricultural waste material deriving from oranges.
Invention which allows to simplify the bonding and separation of objects composed of different parts connected by thermoplastic adhesives.
Process of controlled cryogenic thermomechanical delamination for the recovery of raw material from multilayer artifacts.
End-of-life management of starch-based plastics through thermochemical processes as an alternative to composting and anaerobic digestion.
Device which allows to automatically cut the outer casing in order to easily disassemble the various internal parts to be recovered or disposed.
Sustainable method for recovering carbon fibers from composite materials which also enables to maintain their superior properties.
Process for using industrial wastes for the formulation of innovative materials with fertilizing capability and polymeric materials for thermal insulation.
Method which allows to use agro-food waste to manufacture photovoltaic cells that enable to produce renewable and sustainable electricity.
Approach that allows to convert waste products from the agri-food industry to generate low- cost filters for domestic users, with high abatement efficiency.
Green process, which exploits agricultural biomass and enables to obtain raw materials which can be used in countless production processes.
Process for the zero impact Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment treatment and the recovery of the ferromagnetic substances contained in them.
Device for the nitrogen capture and reuse, in a circular economy approach, as a biological (liquid) fertilizer to replace the fossil based-one.
Solution for an automated plastic separation system that could maximize the efficiency of the process through luminescent markers.
Process that allows a zero-waste treatment to be carried out, optimizing the steps for the extraction of indium and glass from LCD panel at the end of life.
Method that enables the efficient selective extraction of palladium from Hi-Tech waste leaching or wastewater from industrial processes.
Biodegradable and compostable packaging material obtained from the integral use of the waste from vegetable raw materials used in food industries.
Eco-sustainable material suitable for use in construction, with a structural and an insulating function, and for various types of packaging.
Method is adapted to reuse domestic or other organic waste as raw material in the production of bioplastics and biogas.
Method to improve the biological biogas and volatile fatty acids production through abaerobic digestion processes.
Process for the production of a cometic line base, that is able to release active ingredients to maximize their effectiveness.
Method and plant to effectively separate glass, silicon, aluminium, silver and copper from discarded photovoltaic solar panels.
Methods to simply and effectively improve the separation of the glass from the cells with the aim to greatly increase their value as a reusable raw material.
Treatment of polylaminated food packaging residues, after paper removal, providing the complete separation and recovering of its constituents.
A biocompatible sandwich panel whose core is made of tubular elements obtained from the culms of plants belonging to the genus Arundo.
The method uses hydrometallurgical techniques allowing the almost integral recovery of gold and stannic oxide from electronic circuit boards.
This technology allows producing materials with high mechanical properties, starting from quarrying wastes (stone muds).