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LIFE REPLAY follow-up meeting

LIFE REPLAY aims to demonstrate that waste ceramic inkjet inks can be reintroduced into the industrial ceramic process.

On 5 May, the Institute for Ceramic Technology (ITC-AICE) hosted a follow-up meeting of the European project LIFE REPLAY, funded by the European Commission through the LIFE programme. Within the framework of this project, a first ceramic ink has been obtained from the waste separated using the prototype built by the company NEPTURY TECHNOLOGIES, a member of the consortium. It is black ink, suitable for the digital printing of ceramic tiles. During the meeting, the progress of the project was reviewed, as the prototype for separating inkjet ceramic ink waste is still in the commissioning and fine-tuning phase to optimize the process and to ensure the quality of the separated elements. The separated elements will be used to manufacture new and more environmentally friendly ceramic products.    

  • circular economy
  • Friday 5 May 2023, 10:00 - 16:00 (CEST)

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Friday 5 May 2023, 10:00 - 16:00 (CEST)