DeremCo - De-and Remanufacturing for Circular Economy Investments in the Composite Industry
Project reference: 101084037
Start/end: December 2022 – November 2025
Total Cost: 12 603 930.83
EU contribution: 8 822 751.58
Project Website: deremco.afil.it
De- and Remanufacturing includes the set of technologies, tools and knowledge-based methods to recover, re-use and upgrade functions and materials from industrial waste and post-consumer high-tech products, under a new producer-centric Circular Economy perspective.
The DeremCo project aims to establish a systematic, cross-sectoral, demand-driven circular economy solution to free up composite materials and components for cost-effective reuse after use in new high value-added products.
DeremCo is an EU-I3 project running until November 2025 involving 30 European partners from Italy, Finland, Austria, Spain, Slovenia, Belgium and Portugal.
Key Issue: integrated pilot plant solutions, needed by industry to validate high-risk investments in circular economy businesses before the industrial implementation.
Veltha as a partner in DeremCo consortium has a role to support communication, dissemination and eco-system building activities exploiting the Policy Lab, creating synergies with other EU projects (Green Deal), clusters, and the CCRI. The objective is to create a successful framework to upscale Deremco results, sharing best practices, capacity building and knowledge with other regions, ensure the replicability of the project outcomes and generating impact behind the consortium through cooperation, especially with less developed regions.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s ERDF under grant agreement No 101084037. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.