Collaborative projects

Our collaborative bioplastic projects

NaturePlast has been coordinating or participating since 2011 in various collaborative projects for Research and Development and Innovation in France and Europe concerning the production or optimisation of bioplastic materials.

PROJECTS
Discover our ONGOING projects

BIOMAR

Development of BIOdegradable materials in the MARine environment for devices intended to be dropped at sea and not recovered.

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DIMAT

Development of advanced digital technologies for the European materials industry

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BIOMODEL4REGIONS

Support for the development of the bioeconomy by strengthening the European science-policy interface

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BIORURAL PROJECT

Developing the bioeconomy by unlocking the potential of European rural areas

SISTERs

SISTERS PROJECT

Reduction of food loss and waste through innovations at each stage of the value chain

Projet MyPack

MYPACK PROJECT

development of markets for innovative and sustainable food packaging technologies.

URBIOFIN

URBIOFIN PROJECT

Development of an innovative biorefinery for transformation of solid municipal waste material to new biobased products

BIOPLASTICS EUROPE PROJECT

BIOPLASTICS EUROPE : Sustainable bio-based plastics for circular economy: transferring knowledge into practice through technical, policy and business model innovations

INDIGO PROJECT

Reduction of marine pollution generated by fishing activities and aquaculture

ALGRIPLAST PROJECT

Recovery of algae, cereal and vegetable derivatives and by-products as matrixes or fillers for biodegradable applications in circular economy.

DEEP PURPLE PROJECT

DEEP PURPLE : Conversion of diluted mixed urban bio-wastes into sustainable materials and products in flexible purple photobiorefineries.

WOW! PROJECT

The WOW! project aims to make the transition to a more circular approach by matching supply and demand of cellulose, lipids and bioplastics (PHA) from sewage.

AGROBOOST PROJECT

AGROBOOST : development of agrotextiles, geotextiles, and agro-sourced packaging with “boosted” performance and controlled biodegradation.

COPROPLAST PROJECT

COPROPLAST : recovery of agricultural by-products/waste material in the field of plastics engineering

MATADORE PROJECT

MATADORE : Thermoplastic Materials Adapted to Optimised bioDegradation Respectful of the Environment

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