from nanoplastics to
inks, understanding possible contaminants from plastic recycling processes

A new market for plastic recycling is about to boom. With 2030 being the year we should recycle 80% of our plastics, factories designated to melt and mold used bits are becoming more prominent. And, of course, among other things, nano and microplastic-riddled wastewater will be the result. How do we detect, remove, and make work towards full circularity? How do we diagnose our waters’ quality in mechanical and chemical recycling? Join this session to find out.

Chair: Luewton Lemos, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences