The project introduces for both 10-18 years old students and teachers the importance of the Circular Economy in our everyday life.

Learning pathways of the project will help to learn to students and teachers the ways of processing of industrial waste and how extractable raw materials can close the loop with recycling processes in the Circular Economy. Following the specially developed educational experimental toolkits, students will study materials extracted from industrial wastes, and the processes how these can be essential ’secondary raw materials’ of marketable recycled products.

Implementation period: 01/01/2020 – 31/12/2020

Partners: 4 partners from 4 countries (Belgium, Italy, Spain, Hungary)

The Hungarian partner of the project is the Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research.

This project received funding from the EIT KIC Raw Materials.

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Further information:
Patricia GROÓ-NAGY international project manager