The participation at Ecomondo last November in Rimini Fiera was strategic for the Mather project. It was an opportunity to discover and discuss interesting examples of Circular Bioeconomy.
The theme focused on optimizing the business of all the industrial companies involved in the production of resources and consumer goods and their conversion, through innovative and efficient industrial biotechnology technologies, into bio-based and bio-energy products, including food and feed, called “chemicals”.
One of the objectives of the Mather project is precisely to raise awareness of the supply chain and direct it, through greater control by the producers and compliance with European regulations on chemical products, to a proven practice of circular economy.
Check out more about the event on the website: https://www.ecomondo.com/