The INSPIRE project is a pioneering initiative aimed at addressing the pressing global issue of plastic pollution through a multifaceted approach.
Circular and digital renewal of central Europe construction and building sector
REMEDIES Open Call 1 aims to boost the deployment of plastic litter collection and valorization schemes in the Mediterranean. If one of your goals as a public institution is to benefit and accelerate the uptake of plastic litter collection or find innovative ways to transform plastic waste into valuable products or resources, this call is[…]
REMEDIES launches an Open Call providing financial support of up to 100.000 euro to stakeholders working towards plastic collection and valorization in the Mediterranean and accessing the broader network of REMEDIES partners.
Infordata Sistemi is the partner for the development and supply of the BoatBuster App which allows to track marine wrecks and plan removal, disposal and recycling activities.
23 Partners from 12 different countries, 60 representatives and more than 20 local stakeholders came together on the 10th and 11th of January, to kick-start the project REMEDIES, planning forward actions for deploying plastic litter valorisation and prevention pathways.
The commitment of Infordata Sistemi continues in the field of projects related to environmental sustainability as a technological partner of the REMEDIES project as part of the new Horizon Mission program: oceans, seas and waters which aims to preserve, protect and restore the health of our seas
After the success of the first autonomous robotic system designed to search for, identify, and collect seafloor litter, a consortium of European researchers will develop a team of robots to collect litter from the surface and deeper regions of the Mediterranean.
The Retracking project concerns the recycling and traceability of waste fibreglass and fibre-reinforced composites in general. This waste is ‘hard to recycle’ as there are no standard methods to recycle it. So it happens that fibreglass boats or motorhomes remain abandoned in marinas, fields or landfills. The Retracking project was developed from 2017 to 2021[…]
The Maelstrom project starts in 2020. It is a Smart technology for Marine Litter Sustainable Removal and Management project that aims to develop technology specifically designed to curb the problem of marine litter. The project, which involves partners in several European countries, aims to monitor plastic and microplastic litter in the open sea, on beaches[…]