On the project webpage, there is a frequently asked question board, where visitors can post questions, whose reply will be permanently available on the FAQ page.
What does RECODE stand for?
The acronym stands for "Recycling carbon dioxide in the cement industry to produce added-value additives: a step towards a CO2 circular economy"
Under which programme has the project received funding?
RECODE has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 768583
Which type of entities the RECODE consortium is composed of?
The RECODE consortium is composed by 13 partners, from 6 different European Union countries (Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands), with a prevailing industrial participation (6 beneficiaries out of 13; 5 SMEs and 1 large company).In addition, all the academic partners (three research centers and three higher education studies) have a very strong track of activities in collaboration with companies, and have an industrial-oriented R&D.
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