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28 February, 2017

Download the IMPACTPapeRec Project Conference presentations

The successful Horizon 2020 IMPACTPapeRec Project Conference united more than 50 professionals from across Europe and debated the ways to increase separate paper collection in the EU, a key element in Europe's transition towards a Circular Economy. This event took place in Barcelona (Spain) on 24 January.
Application sectors: Waste recovery
Research area:

You'll find every presentation in the table below.

You can open them just clicking over their name.

IMPACTPAPEREC PROJECT CONFERENCE

Introduction to IMPACTPapeRec Project: Challenges on PfR and its related opportunities Antonio Dobón – ITENE, Spain

The challenges: An insight on the current situation in the visited municipalities LydiaTempel – PTS, Germany; Lisa Labriga – ACR+, Belgium

The best practices (I): An overview on the best-in-class territories (Spain) Andrea Orallo – ASPAPEL, Spain

The best practices (II): An overview on the best-in-class territories (Germany) Andreas Faul – Propakma, Germany

The solutions: Identification of best practices César Aliaga – ITENE, Spain

The quality (I): The European standards on recovered paper Ulrich Leberle – CEPI, Belgium

The quality (II): What quality of PfR is required by the paper industry? Sylvia Pohlmann – Stora Enso, Germany

Pay-as-you-throw: Is this the solution for a better PfR quality? Jan Reichenbach – INTECUS, Germany

The informal sector: A challenge in paper collection Anne Scheinberg – Springloop Cooperatie U.A., The Netherlands









 


















 


 

 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690182.
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