Developing environmental sustainability & circularity assessment methodologies for industrial bio-based systems

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ESCIB Project: Novel Life Cycle Methodologies for Bio-based Products

The EU-funded ESCIB project aims to help the European bio-based economy by developing crucial assessment methodologies that will allow faster and more accurate assessments of their value chains.

With the involvement of five innovative industry partners in the consortium, which produce bio-based products in different sectors including packaging, textiles, chemicals and building products , ESCIB will ensure high applicability of the method which can be used by certification organisations to label and certify products for the benefit of consumers and society. Finally, the results will give orientations for research and innovation programmes in the bio-based sectors.

ESCIB Project Successfully Holds First Progress Meeting to Advance Sustainability Assessments for Bio-Based Products

19 June 2024

The ESCIB project, a European Union-funded project focused on advancing the sustainability of the bio-based economy, successfully held its first project meeting on June 13-14, 2024, in Ghent and [...]

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ESCIB Project website is now online

25 April 2024

Explore with ESCIB findings now.  

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Learn more about the ESCIB project through our flyer!

17 April 2024

Our project flyer has just been published! Take a look at the flyer to learn in detail about the project.

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ESCIB Held the First Online Consortium Meeting

27 March 2024

The ESCIB Consortium, recently held its first online consortium meeting on March 22, 2024. During this productive session, members discussed the project's current progress and established a [...]

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