The European Commission has officially launched a Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) to help regions determine their readiness level for investment in sustainable chemical production. The tool identifies 3 alternative raw materials (Biomass from agriculture and forestry, waste and effluent
The European Bioeconomy Week took place in Brussels on 14-17 November, featuring the Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2 (SC2) Info Day, the Bioeconomy Policy Day and several high-level events. The SC2 Info Day was dedicated to the presentation
On 28th September the regional governments of Flanders and North-Rhine Westphalia, and the state government of the Netherlands proudly presented the outcomes of their efforts to build a trilateral approach for improving the cross-border conditions for the chemical
SPIRE, the EU-supported public private partnership on sustainable process industries, held a highly-attended conference on 19-20 September, dedicated to picturing the future EU Process Industry, and what can be implemented if appropriate investments are generated.
The S3Chem Working Group meeting took place on 12th September in Liege, Belgium which was a good opportunity for the ECRN director to meet with several ECRN members, who participate in the project, and to join the site
Trilateral Strategy for the Chemical Industry Cross-border Cooperation of the Netherlands, Flanders, and North-Rhine Westphalia, Joint Symposium On 28 September the regional governments of Flanders and North-Rhine Westphalia, and the state government of the Netherlands will proudly present
Post: In the occasion of the Italian F1 Grand Prix held in Monza on 3rd of September, ECRN President, Fabrizio Sala, was invited to take active part in the award ceremony together with the Italian Prime Minister Paolo
With the support of its members, ECRN submitted its application to the Coordination Group of the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform at the end of August. Following the guidelines of 2015 Communication “Closing the loop – An EU
The Joint Cefic-ECRN Position Paper on EU Industrial Policy has been officially issued. The paper highlights the constant growth of the chemical industry and its importance for the European economic wealth. Nevertheless, investments to sustain new production capacity
Getting closer to the regions: Regional visits of ECRN Secretariat continue with a visit to Province of Limburg and Brightlands Chemelot Campus.
ECRN Director Ms Krcova together with the CEO of AMIBM, Mr Richard Ramakers In line with her attempt to better understand regional challenges and best practices, the new director of ECRN participated in a visit to Brightlands Chemelot