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LIFE CERAM, DISSEMINATED AT THE ITC STAND AT CEVISAMA 17

2/5/2017: The results of the European LIFE CERAM project were disseminated at the stand of the Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica (ITC), coordinator of the LIFE CERAM project, at the Cevisama 2017 edition.;

Held in Valencia (Spain) from 1 to 5 February, one of the most important international events in the world (the other being Cersaie, in Bologna, Italy), which this year brought together more than 80.000 people from all over the world, according to the organization's balance sheet issued through a press release at the end of the edition.

It should be noted that the ITC stand is located in a privileged location on the fairgrounds as it is located at the main entrance, opposite the Trans/Hitos exhibition, a show that reveals the new uses and applications of ceramic material that has been held since 2005 and that is also coordinated, executed and designed by ITC with the support of ASCER and Cevisama's own organisation.Es, por tanto, un punto de paso obligado para los más de 80.000 visitantes ya mencionados, que en algún momento deben atravesar este emplazamiento.

At the ITC stand, visitors were able to view an informative poster as well as the pieces obtained through a panel.

ABOUT LIFE CERAM

LIFE CERAM is the European LIFE+ project coordinated by the Institute of Ceramic Technology (ITC), with the participation of the Spanish Association of Manufacturers of Ceramic Tiles and Flooring (ASCER) and the companies KEROS Cerámica, S.L., VERNÍS, S.A. and CHUMILLAS-TARONGI, S.L.., that achieved its objectives: to achieve zero residue in the ceramic tile manufacturing process through the design of a highly sustainable manufacturing process, which has allowed the generation of a ceramic product whose support and coating have been obtained from ceramic waste generated in the process itself. The use of this new product is urban paving

All the information: www.lifeceram.eu 

LIFE12 ENV/ES/230-LIFE CERAM is a project co-financed by the European Commission through the LIFE+ Environment Policy and Governance programme.

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