PolyCE aims to demonstrate the feasibility of a circular model for the plastics supply and value chain.
The project’s target is to significantly reduce the use of virgin plastics and to enhance the use of recycled plastics in new electronics applications, redesigning the recycling and recovery of WEEE to produce environmentally sustainable and high quality PCR plastics.
PolyCE consists of a consortium of 20 expert organisations. ECODOM is responsible for covering the end-of-life and take back perspective, mapping quantities and quality of plastics obtained through WEEE treatment activities. Representing the link between the manufacturers and the recyclers, ECODOM will promote the dialogue between all the actors involved along the WEEE plastic value chain and will manage the WEEE supply chain demonstrator phase aiming to operatively test the feasibility of the proposed innovations.
Going Green CARE INNOVATION 2018 - conference and exhibition on Electronics and the Environment will take place from 26 November to 29 November in Vienna.
PolyCE will take part to event presenting the project results achieved so far. The preliminary programme is available at: click here
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730308.