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MERLIN project presented at the Summer School & Training Session in the framework of “Repair3D”

On September 13th & 14th, a Summer School & Training Session (SS/T) in the framework of "Recycling and Repurposing of Plastic Waste for Advanced 3D Printing Applications" (Repair3D) Project funded by the Horizon 2020 Program took place in Athens (Greece).

MERLIN project was presented among five other EU projects. Mr. Marjan Ranogajec (EuPC Project Manager) explained the goal of MERLIN, its workplan, the different partners of the consortium and the expected results during the “Recycling session” on the first day of the Summer School.

MERLIN was presented during the highlight of the session, which was the Keynote panel untitled “Plastics Circularity in EU”.

"We were delighted to receive and accept an invitation from the Repair3D project to present Merlin to such a diverse audience at the Summer School. The audience had a keen interest in the novel recycling technologies and approaches, which was reflected during the Q&A session and discussions during the entire summer school said Marjan Ranogajec.

For more information about this Summer School & Training Session (SS/T) conducted by Lavrion Technological and Cultural Park (LTCP) and National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), in close cooperation with other Partners from REPAIR3D Project, please visit this link. The final agenda of these two days of conferences is available here.


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