Open House showcasing the HolyGrail 2.0 technology

26 September 2019

Pioneer project HolyGrail aims to speed up the transition to a circular economy for plastics by focusing on an important pillar to increase recycling rates, namely improved sorting of postconsumer packaging with the help of digital watermarks. Next to designing plastics packaging for circularity and ensuring they are collected after use, high quality sorting is a crucial component to increase current poor recycling rates. Improved sorting can improve both the quality and quantity of recycled on the market, which would mean more plastics go back to the marketplace and bring value instead of becoming waste. 

On Tuesday, Oct. 22 (coinciding the K-show, world's largest plastic and rubber trade show), the HolyGrail technology will be showcased on the test line of Tomra. 
We invited you to come, take a look and be inspired!

When? October 22nd 2019 
Where? TOMRA Recycling Headquarters in Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany (shuttle transfer from and to the K-Exhibition in Düsseldorf)
Program? Presentations, discussion and live demonstrations of the technology at work. See details below.
Registration is mandatory, via this link.

Want to know more about the HolyGrail project? 

Read all about it in this article or even beter, join the Expert Talk Session @K2019 by Nico Van de Walle, Verstraete IML's Product & Circular Economy Manager.