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01-02-2012

Eco Cortec: Partner in EU Financed Eco Project ’Marine Clean’

Eco Cortec d.o.o., St. Paul, MN, USA, a manufacturer of biodegradable packaging in Europe, became a partner in a project Marine Clean – ’Marine debris removal and preventing further litter entry’, sponsored by CIP Eco-Innovation Program which is being conducted by European Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation, EACI. The goal of CIP Eco Innovation program is to prevent or reduce hazardous environmental impacts, as well as promote sustainability and innovative technologies. Project encompasses eight partners from Croatia, Slovenia and Lithuania and is conducted through seven different work packages that are coordinated by Slovenian company Turna.

On December 21, 2011. press conference was held in Zagreb, Croatia, where the project was presented to the media by Croatian project partners: EcoCortec d.o.o. and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb. Boris Miksic, CEO of EcoCortec, gave an overview of company’s achievements in the field of compostable and biodegradable packaging products. Professor Mladen Sercer, Chair of Polymer Processing, presented on a behalf of the Faculty, an outline of the tasks that will be accomplished by his group in this project.

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