The European Commission has recently published the latest report of the LIFE programme on the sustainable economy.
The publication, entitled "LIFE AND THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY"In addition to presenting all the results obtained in terms of green economy and eco-sustainability, it describes all the projects financed by the LIFE programme that have been deemed worthy in terms of environmental impact and circular economy.
The circular economy consists of creating an economy composed of production processes based on the principle of recycling, reusing industrial waste and creating new Green products.
The European Union through the LIFE programme is supporting and promoting the transition to this type of more circular economy where the value of products, materials and resources is maintained for as long as possible and the production of waste is minimised.
In 2013, the Plados-Telma Group obtained an important contribution from the LIFE programme to carry out the "Green Sinks" project, i.e. the first green sink made entirely from recycled organic and inorganic materials.
Last year, the European Commission awarded our project as one of the best European environmental projects of 2015.
In April 2017, the European Commission once again recognized the importance and the value of project "Green Sinks" by devoting a large space to it in the publication "LIFE and the Circular Economy".
You can find the full report by clicking on the following link:
Below is the article on the Green Sinks project.