LIFE+ PROJECT PARTNERS
Stena Metall AB is the Nordic leading recycling company with a wide network of nearly 200 branches and facilities handling industrial waste. We offer a wide range of innovative and environmentally safe solutions for our customers. Recycling converts waste to raw material used in the manufacturing of new products, contributing in the process to a sustainable society and reducing climate impact. The Stena Metall Group has its own technical expertise and research- and development capacity and is the coordinating beneficiary in the Life+ Glass Fiber project.
Stena Sp zo o.s is part of the Stena Metall Group and the leading recycling company in Poland, with operations in around 40 locations. The business activities regarding paper and plastics cover collection, transportation and processing of recovered plastics. In a short time the operations in Poland have adopted an efficient and modern structure based on experiences gained by the other recycling companies within the Stena Metall Group.
Gisip AB develops and manufactures microwave equipment for drying and heating in industrial processes. The applications are often based on a combination of air treatment and microwave energy technology where the very combination of the two technologies has proved to be essential for a well working plant.
The University was established in 1926 and is one of the most prestigious economic universities in Poland. Its highly-qualified technical experts have excellent knowledge and well established contacts both in academia and the society which will certainly support the dissemination and sharing of the new technology developed.
The University College of Borås is a modern university with front edge competence in the area of recycling of fiber reinforced plastics. The main scope of Professor Skrifvars and his team, is to find systems to handle glass-fibers after pyrolysis.