The “MMAtwo” project, which aims at improving Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) recycling technology, has been granted funds from Horizon 2020, the EU Research & Innovation programme (2017-2020). The project launched in October 2018 and coordinated by the Dutch company, Heathland has already moved forward with the organisation in November of a visit to a recycling facility for its partners to identify process steps. PMMA is a very durable, solid and versatile plastic that can last up to 20 years and which is used in several applications from architecture and automotive to electronics.

For further information, please read the second MMAtwo press release.