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Public summaries of deliverables

The project has tested a number of solutions to address urban bulky waste and the partners have now systematised those in a series of brief factsheets. They provide a quick introduction to the more detailed public deliverables of the project and a good presentation of the non-public deliverables.

After three years of activities, the URBANREC
project has entered its final phase and
is at a point where it can communicate findings to interested audiences
.


Project partners have chosen to do so through
a series of brief factsheets, which present the solutions tested within the
project to address urban bulky waste. The factsheets have been drafted in a
concise and easy-to-read way, using as far as possible non-technical language
and visual support (images and graphs).

The topics covered by the factsheets are diverse and range from the dismantling
system to increase reuse of old furniture, implemented in South-West region of
Flanders in Belgium to the laminated cutting technology (fragmentation) to
separate materials and products which is implemented by the Spanish partner
Ecofrag.

The factsheets also include case studies on the valorisation of PU foam, mixed
textiles, hard plastic and wood obtained from urban bulky waste; wood plastic
composites from recycled hard plastics and wood; developing reinforced fibres
using recycled textile; using ecolabels and Environmental Technology
Verification (ETV); a mobile application for citizens’ bulky waste management
and the launch of a customer portal service in a Civic Amenity Site.
 
These factsheets can be downloaded from the URBANREC website. They provide a quick introduction to the more
detailed public deliverables of the project and a good presentation of the
non-public deliverables which contain sensitive information that the partners
could not disclose.


 

» Author: URBANREC NEWSLETTER

» Publication Date: 03/06/2019

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement Nº 690103