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As a think and do tank, IID-SII constantly seeks to explore new avenues of sustainable innovation. This is notably achieved by participating in collaborative projects – presented here, so stay tuned for future developments.

SCIRT stands for System Circularity & Innovative Recycling of Textiles. Coordinated by VITO, an independent Flemish research organisation in the cleantech and sustainable development sector, SCIRT is a three-year EU-funded project that brings together 18 partners from five different European countries.

The SCIRT project aims to demonstrate a complete textile-to-textile recycling system for discarded clothing—or post-consumer textiles—involving stakeholders throughout the value chain and focusing on the recycling of natural fibres, synthetic fibres and fibre blendsWith the support of technical partners and research institutes, clothing brands Decathlon, Petit Bateau, Bel & Bo, HNST and Xandres, will develop, prototype and produce six types of apparel using recycled fibres. 

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EXCEED’s multi-metal/mineral, zero-waste mining-and-refining approach adopts a mineral-centric, integrated methodology via the application of a first-of-its-kind predictive and forensic geometallurgy, supported by enhanced in-line characterisation tools and the development of digital twins.

Using four premier European pegmatite and RMG case studies, EXCEED develops, upscales & demonstrates cost-effective, sustainable and responsible extraction routes for recovering the CRMs and industrial minerals as by-products from Li-bearing hard-rock ores. A suite of CRMs will be extracted and refined, while diverse industrial minerals will be refined and valorised in low-carbon building materials.

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To accelerate the trasformation toward climate resilient regions that are safe, green, clean and healthy, NBRACER will work with demonstrating and replicating regions in the Atlantic biogeographical area, across sectors and disciplines, experimenting and involving local communities.

The project will vision and co-design sustainable nature based solutions (NBS) that are at one with the regional landscapes, upscaling these into coherent regional packages and building time and place specific adaptation pathways integrating local solutions and regional scales. 

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More projects coming soon!

IID-SII is currently awaiting feedback on other projects which we hope to share with you soon!