NextChem – Coordinating partner

NextChem is Maire Tecnimont company dedicated to Green Chemistry and energy transition which will manage technological initiatives to best address new market dynamics.

The company is active in a series of initiatives aimed at: Carbon Footprint Reduction, mitigating the environmental impact of the technologies used for oil and gas processing; Circular Economy, implementing mechanical recycling of plastics and promoting chemical recycling; Bio-fuels, identifying oil substitutes to produce bio and renewable fuels from biomass feed-stocks. 

Contact

b.masciocchi@nextchem.it

(+39) 0862 763240

Official Website of NextChem

BIO-P

BIO-P an innovative start-up of Maire Investments Group. It is mainly dedicated to the study and development of new technologies concerning the biotechnological sector; its focus is on the development of technologies concerning the formulation of new biopolymers of both plant and microbial origin and of nutraceutical compounds of plant origin, more specifically of microalgal origin. The sectors in which BIO-P operates include: (i) beta carotene, astaxanthin and lutein from microalgae (ii) study of starch extraction systems from microalgae and its pre-processing for application as an ingredient in the formulation of bioplastics (iii) study of biomaterials formulated with natural fibers.

Contact

a.cicci@bio-p.it

(+39) 06 45767614

HTR

High Tech Recycling (HTR) is an interuniversity research centre founded in 2007 and coordinated by Prof. Francesca Pagnanelli. HTR joins together researchers from different Italian universities (La Sapienza of Roma, University of L’Aquila, University of Genoa, University of Marche, University of Cagliari, University of Bologna) and the National Research Council (CNR)

HTR researchers operate in the development of innovative processes in the field of byproduct, wastes and wastewaters valorization and circular economy.

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Contact

francesca.pagnanelli@uniroma1.it

(+39) 06 49913367

Official Website of HTR

Labor – Industrial Research Lab

LABOR is a private industrial research and engineering laboratory providing engineering, consulting and technology development specifically targeted at SMEs operating in the EU, in order to boost their growth at a European level through technological innovation. 

The Engineering and Development team consists of electronic and mechanical engineers, computer scientists, laboratory technicians and industrial chemists. A network of technology partners and centers of excellence at European level support the qualified staff of the company.

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Contact

info@labor-roma.it

(+39) 06 40040354

Official Website of Labor – Industrial Research Lab

Megara Resins

Megara Resins is a diversified manufacturer and supplier of raw materials for industrial and architectural coatings as well as rosin based and other synthetic resins for the paint, adhesive, printing inks, paper and construction industry. For over 40 years, Megara has been a pioneer in creating innovative technologies to help coatings formulators meet the requirements for the most demanding applications. The company is widely regarded as being the most innovative Greek supplier to the coatings industry through its continued investment in R&D, technical support and new product development. A highly proficient team of senior scientists is dedicated to research in the field of binders for diverse applications to providing our customers with the most innovative, highest quality value-added products and services possible.

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Contact

p.krassa@megararesins.com

(+30) 22210-33155

Official Website of Megara Resins

Technosind

Technosind was founded in 1990 in order to coordinate R&D activities mainly in the field of recovery of raw materials from waste and in the field of renewable energy. Its main core is the development of innovative processes from the laboratory scale up to the industrial one. The skills of Technosind are documented by a wide and qualified international experience, in a context of strategic projects funded by the EU. Almost all of the turnover comes from R&D activities commissioned by private and public companies. The company constantly collaborates with “La Sapienza” University of Rome, in the field of energy storage, nanotechnologies and the treatment/reuse of urban and industrial wastewater.

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Contact

ilario.falcone@technosind.it

emanuela.moscardini@technosind.it

(+39) 06 3313799

Official Website of Technosind