The NOM and Groningen Seaports will be working more intensively on stimulating business activity at Chemiecluster Eemsdelta. Big efforts will be made to make the… Read more »
News about biobased economy
The world’s first large production location for bioplastic will be located on the site of the waste processing company Omrin in Oudehaske, Friesland. The initiative… Read more »
The Swedish technology company AnoxKaldnes is planning to set up a bioplastic factory in Heerenveen in partnership with the Groningen-based sustainability company KNN. The factory… Read more »
Philips in Drachten, Lankhorst in Sneek, Morssinkhof Rymoplast, Stenden University in Emmen and Omrin in Leeuwarden will be carrying out a joint study into the recycling of household waste plastic. The consortium wants to find out whether it is able to produce high quality products from the waste.