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Swedish Centre for Resource Recovery
2018
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Sunil Kumar Lindström Ramamoorthy

Testing a new method for better thermosetting resin

Researchers have been developing thermosetting resins for several years from renewable materials: bio-based thermosetting resins.

Concrete

New instrument ensures quality in recycled concrete

It is possible to use recycled concrete as aggregate in new concrete. Now researchers will purchase a new instrument to ensure its quality.


The textile reactor takes its place on the recycling landscape

A new type of reactor made of a textile material has found its way onto the market in different parts of the world.


Targeted skills development streamlines collaborative projects

A collaborative project increases competence in resource recovery in educational programmes and research in Indonesia.


New technology streamlines production of biogas and bioethanol

Textile reactors, developed at the University of Borås, have gotten new features that provide a more efficient production of biogas and bioethanol.


Recycled concrete becomes new concrete

Madumita Sadagopan, PhD student in the civil engineering department, runs the only research project in Sweden about concrete waste.


Uniting strengths in new materials

For five years, a successful cooperation has developed between the University of Borås and the University of Portsmouth.


Internationalisation enriches the research environment

SCRR takes an active approach to internationalisation and frequently welcomes visiting doctoral students.