Bioplastic Opportunity for Central Europe

Slovenian Biopolymer day

National Institute of Chemistry as a lead partner of Plastice project in cooperation with Polymer Technology College and viagra cheap Chamber of Commerce Regional Chamber of Koroška region organized Slovenian Biopolymers day which took place in Slovenj Gradec on June 5th 2014. Seminar was devoted to ongoing projects from the field of biopolymers in Slovenia. Its main goal was to connect key players in this field in Slovenia. More than 45 participants were present, coming from industry, education centers and cialis soft pills public institutions.
Modern biopolymers are relatively new materials, although first artificial materials were produced from renewable resources. Today we have variety of biopolymers available for use in different applications. In Slovenia at the moment we have 18 projects with biopolymer topics and buy viagra from canada all were presented at the seminar.
Seminar gave the overview of the whole biopolymer chain from production of materials from waste, development of new materials, replacement of existing conventional polymers with biopolymers, to recycling of materials and viagra price germany the effect of recycling process on material properties. Hosts of the seminar, Polymer Technology College from Slovenj Gradec also presented their laboratory equipment, used for biopolymer research and cialis online store characterization, all being available to industry.
PHOTOS       PRESENTATIONS

PLASTiCE conferences and overnight delivery cialis seminars

You can find more information about the past PLASTiCE events here.

What are sustainable plastics?

What exactly we mean when we say sustainable plastics? Is this only the plastics made out of starch? Only the one made with recycling? Find out what a certain word means in a world of plastics in our glossary, or check for certain answers to most frequently asked questions.  

PLASTiCE- plastics aligned with nature

The unstoppable growth in plastics use has brought with it a growing environmental burden-from the perspective of resource   use, emissions released during the production stage, and waste management. If we want to control and buying viagra in the us reduce these negative impacts on the environment it is essential that we move to the production and cheap cialis uk use of plastics with a higher level of sustainability, in particular biodegradable and cialis generic biobased plastics. By identification and cialis brand name removal of barriers within the complete value chain, Plastice project wants to help towards faster and buy cialis more widespread use of sustainable types of plastics, particularly biodegradable plastics and buy viagra australia plastics based on renewable resources. Read more 

Key
This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by ERDF.EUCE