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Spotlight on Dutch recycling tech at French trade show

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The Dutch embassy in France and its regional economic representation, NBSO Lyon, will represent the Netherlands at the Pollutec trade show in Lyon on 10-13 October.

A Dutch pavilion will be hosting 20 organisations and companies active in recycling, water management and energy. Among them are machinery manufacturer BOA Recycling Systems and Holland Circular Hotspot, a private-public platform to promote and support international collaboration and knowledge exchange on the Dutch circular economy.


Pollutec 2023 also host some speakers and among them is Caroline Mini, sustainability manager at Verkor. Founded in July 2020, Verkor is fast-tracking the production of low-carbon batteries in Europe, to respond to the continent’s growing demand for electric vehicles, e-mobility and stationary storage. Verkor will open its ‘fully digital 4.0 pilot line’ in 2023, as part of the Gigafactory project due in 2025.

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