There is a European Project that wants to make Europe more sustainable

It’s called BIOMAT and aims to set up an Open Innovation Test Bed that will provide services for a range of European SMEs and industries aiming to accelerate and ease the introduction to the market of nano-enabled bio-based cellular materials.

This 4-years Project directly contributes to bio-based plastics' global sustainability production by developing sustainable materials for products proven in the construction automotive and furniture industries. According to our Project’s preliminary studies, the new solutions will reduce energy consumption for buildings’ heating by up to 25%. In the automotive industry, the expected CO2 reduction due to the newly developed bio-foams for interior parts only is 6,732.5 tons CO2/year.

Re-using these low value-added residues (from agricultural and forest sectors), BIOMAT, financed by the Horizon 2020 Program, contributes to a more sustainable Europe focused on bio-circular-economy principles.  

MORE BIOMAT NEWS
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BIOMAT presented in Madrid at Construtec
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BIOMAT was highlighted in Germany at The Greener Manufacturing Show
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Pre-registration for BIOMAT-TB is now available!
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BIOMAT presented at the European Society for Biomaterials (ESB) Conference 
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BIOMAT publicised at the 2nd Salzburg Conference for Smart Materials
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BIOMAT featured in France at SOLGEL 2022
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BIOMAT present in Greece at Nanotexnology 2022
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BIOMAT presented at IndTech2022 in France
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BIOMAT highlighted at MECSPE 2022 in Italy
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BIOMAT promotes free Workshop to boost European company’s innovation and sustainability
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BIOMAT at the 5th National Conference of Rigid Polyurethane Foam in Italy
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BIOMAT presents its Single-Entry Point at an online workshop which included 4 Open Innovation Test Beds (OITB)
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BIOMAT brings the future car’s polyurethane-based foams to the Automotive Interiors Expo Europe 2021
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Meet BIOMAT’s partners
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BIOMAT Project kick-off meeting: the future starts now!