(AOF) – Carbios has obtained alongside its partners T.EN Zimmer GmbH and Deloitte European funding of 3.3 million euros (including 3 million euros for Carbios) in the form of a subsidy. T.EN Zimmer GmbH brings its expertise on the repolymerization of 100% recycled PET monomers and Deloitte on the analysis of the environmental performance (in particular via the Life Cycle Analysis) of the process from plastic and textile waste.
The European LIFE funding program is a vast grant program aimed at supporting innovative projects with low environmental impact and proven industrial deployment capacity.
Carbios says it is fully in line with the objectives of the European Commission through its C-ZYME technology.
“Faced with the limits of thermomechanical recycling processes, Carbios’ approach is innovative because it restores value to plastic and textile waste by allowing 100% recycling of all types of PET waste, without loss of quality”, explains Carbios.
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