A project that is rethinking and demonstrating circular applications for the furniture, automotive and construction industries

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Meet the Partners

ECOBULK is composed of a variety of organisations with different views and expertise that have come together to create a new circular value chain.

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What partners say about Ecobulk

Ecobulk - CRF Enrico Mangino Q1
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Ecobulk - CRF Enrico Mangino Q4
Ecobulk - Vertech Marco Grippa Q1
Ecobulk - Vertech Marco Grippa Q2
Ecobulk - Vertech Marco Grippa Q3
Ecobulk - Oakdene Hollins Olivia Bertham Q1
Ecobulk - Oakdene Hollins Olivia Bertham Q2
Ecobulk - Oakdene Hollins Olivia Bertham Q3
Ecobulk - TUDelft Ruud Balkenende Q1
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In the automotive industry lower weight = lower fuel consumption. One way to achieve lower weight is to replace heavy parts with lighter plastic ones, however, the replacement parts need to be made of materials offering similar structural performance.

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If concrete is the only answer to the construction of new cities, then carbon emissions will soar, aggravating global warming.

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RT @Vertech_Group: As always, it is a pleasure to work in @EcoBulkEU project, and in the meetings of the consortium see all the advances th…
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RT @MicrocabUK: We are proud to be a partner in this project, which will demonstrate that re-using, upgrading, refurbishing, and recycling…
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Architecture studio Snøhetta is working towards a more #circulareconomy with its latest chair design, which is made from recycled plastic and steel taken from Norwegian fish farming industries.

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"Industry disrupters like Van de Sant are motivated by staggering environmental numbers: an est 8 bn trees are cut down annually for furniture production (legally and illegally), while 8 mln t of plastic waste is dumped in the world’s oceans each year."

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Extending product life to build a circular economy https://t.co/8buvK3V4fZ via @GreenBiz
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RT @zero_brine_: Meet @EcoBulkEU -demonstrating #circular applications for furniture, automotive + construction industries to show re-using…
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Wondering what's happening with the project? Read more about ECOBULK's project progress on our blog - https://t.co/X4Kt5Y8rPs #circulareconomy @EU_ecoinno @EU_H2020 @CCD_circdesign https://t.co/VOmErLeiTW
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RT @Vertech_Group: Our @Vertech_Group Project Manager, @jesuismarco_ , explains why @EcoBulkEU is different to another #CircularEconomy fra…
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RT @keti_medarova: #H2020 @circ_economy @PolyCE_EU @FiberEUse @paperChain_pro @systemic_eu @zero_brine_ @EcoBulkEU @RUN4LIFE_H2020 @Water2R…
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RT @circulareconomy: What if we recognised waste and pollution as a problem of design? #circulareconomy https://t.co/TeKFps4RuU https://t.c…
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 730456