SYMBA

Securing local supply chains through the development of new methods to assess circularity and symbiosis in bio-based industries, enhancing the competitiveness of the EU and resource independence.

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SYMBA

The main goal of the Symba project is to develop a new method for assessing circularity and symbiosis in bio-based industries through the analysis, evaluation, and improvement of existing methods. This novel approach will be supported by digital innovation and AI tools, enabling its adaptability and replicability in Europe according to the local/regional industrial ecosystem.

Duration: January 2024 - December 2026
Coordinator: Enco SRL
Fundación Circe Centro de Investigación De Recursos y Consumos Energéticos (CIRCE); Centre Scientifique & Technique Del'industrie Textile Belge Asbl (CTB); CLIMATE-KIC HOLDING BV (CKIC); BIO BASE EUROPE PILOT PLANT VZW (BBEPP); Asociacion de Investigacion de Materiales Plásticos y Conexas (AIMPLAS); NOVAMONT SPA (NVMT); ICLEI European Secretariat Gmbh (ICLEI EUROPA SEKRETARIAT GMBH) (ICLEI)

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