13 April 2013

In EU Synpol project aims at converting waste into bioplastics

Bioplastic produced biologically by bacteria to be 100% biodegradable

The European Commission is working in order to develop the Synpol (“Biopolymers from syngas fermentation”) project, that is funded under the Food, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology Theme of the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) to the tune of € 7.5 million.

Led by the Biological Research Centre (Cib, Madrid, Spain) which is part of the Spanish National Research Council (Csic), …

… Full text: ilbioeconomista.com/2013/04/13/in-eu-synpol-project-aims-at-converting-waste-into-bioplastics-100-biodegradable/?goback=.gde_4616762_member_231991688

Tags: bacterial fermentation, water treatment trash, Waste management, gasification, pyrolysis, syngas, waste-to-bioplastics

Source: Il Bioeconomista, 2013-04-13.


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