Pilot plant for the REACT project: Semi-industrial platform for mechanical recycling of acrylic fibresSeptember 14, 2020
Last August, React partner CETI succeeded in producing, on its semi-industrial mechanical recycling line, an acrylic yarn made of up to 100% fibres from recycled awning fabrics. This innovation project required CETI’s R&D team, composed of textile engineers and experienced …Read More
Save the Date! REACT at the Plastic Circularity Multiplier Virtual ConferenceAugust 24, 2020
REACT will be at the Plastic Circularity Multiplier Virtual Conference on October 15th, as part of its “Recycled plastic content in products” area. Daniele Piga, from REACT partner CENTROCOT will be holding a the presentation titled “Recycled acrylic fabrics, the …Read More
Para’ reaches the quota on waste collectionJuly 21, 2020
After a first phase regarding the definition of the waste sorting, Parà is glad to announce that it has reached the quantity of requested waste to go ahead with the REACT Project.
Thanks to a very positive engagement of its …Read More
CENTROCOT contributing to circular economy developmentMay 12, 2020
CENTROCOT, REACT project coordinator, is developing and sharing know-how on circular economy and textiles recycling through the participation to local, national and European working groups.
CENTROCOT has contributed to the Italian Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform (ICESP) in January 2020 and …Read More
Exciting results from REACT’s partners in the research fieldMay 7, 2020
At these research centres, focus was placed on the removal of chemical finishes that are present on the …Read More
REACT at the Plastics Circularity Multiplier Conference – Register now!May 5, 2020
UPDATE: due to the current Covid-19-related situation, this event has been turned into a virtual event, with dates to be confirmed – please refer to the links here below for updates on the schedule.
REACT will be present with its …Read More
REACT joins Horizon 2020 for present and future Coronavirus responseApril 30, 2020
On 4 May the European Union joined forces with global partners to kick-start the Coronavirus Global Response, a worldwide pledging effort to raise €7.5 billion of funding to rapidly develop and deploy universally available and affordable diagnostics, treatments and …Read More