From 8 to 11 November 2022, CISUFLO will participate to ECOMONDO 2022, which will take place in Rimini, Italy. More precisely, CISUFLO will be presented on 8 November, from 12:15 pm to 12:30 pm, at the Rimini Expo Center – Tiglio Room A6 Pav, under the programme “Waste as Resources: Innovative Technologies for Recycling and Recovery“, organized by ECOMONDO Scientific Technical Committee & Italian Chemical Society – Division Environmental and Cultural Heritage Chemestry, ATIA – ISWA.
On the same day CISUFLO will be presented at the Cluster Meeting: Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe projects contributing to the EU Plastic Strategy organized by REA, from 14:00 pm to 16.30 pm, in Sala Ravezzi 1 Hall Sud.
ECOMONDO 2022 reperesents a fundamental event, promoting innovation at multiple levels and gathering all sectors of the circular economy on a single platform:
- Waste & Resources;
- Water & Monitoring;
- Circular Bioeconomy,
- Reclamation & Hydrogeologigcal Risk.
ECOMONDO is the reference event in in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin for the green and circular economy and for technological and industrial innovation. It is also an international hub where all the drivers of the ecological transition are presented and discussed. ECOMONDO features an innovative format that brings together all sectors of the circular economy on a single platform: from the recovery of materials and energy to sustainable development.
ECOMONDO fosters networking by enabling companies with the most skilled national and international buyers to make contact, working all year with a targeted community and the leading experts in the circular economy. The event covers also new regulatory priorities in the fields of research, innovation and training in a professional environment; in partnership with industrial associations, ministries, research institutions, the European Commission, the OECD, European technological platforms and international initiatives. ECOMONDO is the only platform in Europe to offer a broad programme of conferences, workshops and seminars to present national and international evidence and new trends relating to the various strands of the circular economy, including building, packaging, electronics and the automotive industry.