Wouldn’t it be great to bring plastic waste back into the European economy and spare them from going to landfills or incineration?

The Circular Flooring project aims to establish a circular recycling process for post-consumer PVC floor coverings.

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23-05-2024

Circular Flooring Final Conference: New products from waste PVC flooring and safe end-of-life treatment of plasticisers
Brussels - On 4 July 2024, the EU project Circular Flooring invites you to find out about the project’s key findings and results at its Final Conference. Over a period of five years, the consortium of the EU project Circular Flooring has researched how to develop a recycling process for end-of-life PVC floor coverings that dissolves and removes undesirable legacy plasticisers (e.g. DEHP) in order to achieve a high-quality virgin-like PVC material for the manufacturing of new PVC floor coverings.

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Milestones

The Circular Flooring consortium will first analyse the market for PVC to assess the necessity of effective recycling mechanisms…

Years

EUR million budget

Partners

Countries

Sphera Solutions
Akdeniz Chemson Additives AG
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
IVC
Westlake Vinnolit GmbH & Co. KG
Arbeitsgemeinschaft PVC Bodenbelag Recycling
Fraunhofer IVV
National Technical University of Athens
European Resilient Flooring Manufacturers’ Institute VZW
Forbo Flooring Systems
Gerflor
Tarkett GDL SA
Lober GmbH & Co Abfallentsorgungs-KG
Bavarian Research Alliance GmbH
Polyflor Limited
Altro Limited
B.I.G. Floorcoverings
Institut National de l’Environnement et des Risques