|The AOPTI Project|
19 Mar 2018
AOPTI, a two years project to asses Advanced Photocatalytic Oxidation process for Micropollutant Elimination in Municipal and Industrial Waste Water Treatment Plants.
The SME Meeting took place on March 1st in CELABOR. More than 10 industrial partners attended this first SME meeting.
The aim of this project is the development of an innovative technology to ensure efficient elimination of micropollutants and toxic effects in waste water by a polishing treatment process.
This physico-chemical treatment step is placed after the conventional biological treatment and can be easily integrated into municipal and industrial WWTPs.
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|New regulation on Bisphenol A in food packaging|
22 Fév 2018
The European Commission adopted a new regulation on Bisphenol A in plastic materials and coatings and varnishes intended for food contact.
The specific migration limit has been lowered and set at 0,05 mg/kg of food.
CELABOR is ready to assist you in making sure your products are compliant. We can provide you with migration testing, and help you put together your DoC.
The new regulation (EU) 2018/213 comes into force on September 6th 2018. Be ready!
Contact us : email@example.com, +32(0)18.104.22.168
15 Fév 2018
Celabor will participate in the first edition of BIOKET, the world conference dedicated to processes and technologies applied to biomass, to be held in Strasbourg (Fr) from March 6 to 8 .
Our team at Celabor's Extraction department has been selected to present some of the know-how acquired in the Research and Development project. This active presence at an event of international dimension will further expand our network of industrial and academic contacts so that our customers can benefit from more and more information and knowledge dedicated to the treatment of biomass.
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|Welcome to Farouk Ayadi, our new expert!|
06 Fév 2018
In early February, Celabor welcomed Farouk Ayadi, a new expert within its Packaging department.
Farouk AYADI is a doctor in physicochemistry of materials at Reims Champagne Ardenne University. He then did a lot of research in several institutions in France and Italy and also passed on his knowledge to universities and colleges. He specialized in the fields of physicochemistry especially for biosourced materials, from the basic constituents to their implementation, with a strong involvement in the areas of surfaces (packaging, textile ...), and nanomaterials.
|Involvement of CELABOR in the VERDIR platform: the EXTRATECH project|
23 Jan 2018
The VERDIR center of excellence "Valorisation of the Environment through Sustainable Rehabilitation and Responsible Innovation " is an original and innovative approach carried by the University of Liège, which aims to take advantage of unavoidable energies and brownfields, based on the three pillars of sustainability, which are respect for the environment, social equity and economic performance. To this, the VERDIR cluster adds a fourth pillar, the one of the creation of knowledge and know-how, through the sharing of knowledge, to improve also the well-being and the quality of life of the inhabitants of the Basins ... Read more
09 Jan 2018
On December 5th 2017, Celabor participated for the first time in the plenary meeting as a new member of the Plastiwin cluster (the plasturgy cluster in Wallonia). The topic of this meeting was "Plastics: Stop Prejudice! ".
As manager and expert in the Celabor packaging department, Mathurin Grogna has presented an overview called “Plastic packaging it excites!” [available in annex] (VF only). This presentation was the opportunity to objectivize the using of plastic in the packaging.
This plenary meeting was also a good opportunity for Celabor to discuss about needs and expectations with ... Read more