Starting in July, Adria Mobil has been taking an active part in the new European project of transforming plastic packaging and newsprint paper into new high-tech products for the automotive, packaging and construction industries. The project, entitled CEPLAFIB, which will last until the year 2021, is being funded by the European Commission, and is following the circular economy model. The key objective of the project is to increase the recycling rate of waste materials by 40%, while at the same time reducing greenhouse gas emissions by the same amount.
The project, has already received EUR 1.8 million of European funds, and involves six partners from four European countries: Adria Mobil, Omaplast and Tecos from Slovenia, Aitiip from Spain, Ecopulp from Finland and ITB Institute from Poland.
Adria Mobil is taking part in the project as an end user of newly developed material for various applications in the interior design of motorhomes, while the Polish company ITB - Building Research Institute will try to implement these recycled materials in the construction sector.
Read more about the CEPLAFIB project and the partners at https://www.adria-mobil.com/about-adria/adria-mobil-and-the-environment.