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Life Forture team meeting in Madrid
On the 9th and 10th of August, the LIFE Forture team met in Madrid to discuss the development of the project. The meeting focused on social sustainability and social impact assessment tools. The team discussed the identification of stakeholders and the selection of the most suitable tools for the assessment of social sustainability. Furthermore, other topics...
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LIFE M&M Final Event 2019
The LIFE Forture team participated to the conclusive event of another LIFE project: the LIFE M&M (Man and Metal). The project, developed by the Cavatorta Group in Abruzzo (Italy), was aimed at obtaining an eco-friendly metal wire. The event was an opportunity for four LIFE projects to show the results achieved. In this regard, Davide...
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EcerS conference 2019
The XVI ECerS 2019 Conference took place from 16th June to 20th June 2019 in Turin, Italy. Planned every two years, the ECerS Conference series showcase cutting-edge research and product developments in a wide range of ceramic-related areas, and the technical program provides an opportunity for scientists, researchers, engineers and industry leaders from around the...
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Ceramic world review - article picture
The Life Forture project team had the opportunity to publish an article on the Ceramic World Review, the magazine with the highest level of diffusion in the world regarding the ceramic sector. The article, called “Sustainability as a source of competitive advantage for the ceramic industry”, describes the theme of sustainability and sustainable development and illustrates...
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Mentor visit life forture
The second monitor team visit toke place on 10th May 2019 at Gresmalt in Sassuolo (Italy). The person in charge of the monitor visit was again Lorenzo Mengali, member of the LIFE monitoring team NEEMO EEIG. The visit started with the control of the financial documentation related to the project. Afterward, each partner reported on...
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Icers conference in Confindustria Ceramica
On the 9th of May, the life forture team participated in a conference on circular economy at the headquarter of Confindustria Ceramica. The event, organized by the Italian ceramic tile society, was named “Circular economy: a revolution, a challenge, a business for the ceramic sector.” The event, replica of a previous event held at the tecnargilla...
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Gresmalt participated from 9 to 12 April in the 2019 edition of Coverings,  the preeminent event for the ceramic tile & natural stone industry in North America. The event attracts visitors from every facet of the tile & stone industry from all over the world. Coverings was held at the Orange County Convention Center in...
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On 21 February 2019, the Project Team presented a speech entitled Experimental model for studying the sintering of a porcelain stoneware body at the Conference on “Raw materials for ceramic tiles, at the Confindustria Ceramica headquarters in Sassuolo (Italy), organized by the Italian Ceramic Society (IcerS). The Meeting was attended by: Cristina Siligardi Anna Maria Ferrari...
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On Tuesday 19th February 2019, at the Gresmalt headquarters in Sassuolo (Italy), the project staff met to establish the road map aimed at integrating the calculation model of the environmental and socio-economic impact assessment in the company ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). The staff members of University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and Gresmalt were physically present...
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On 11 February the project team met the heads of the Technical and Communication areas of ACIMAC (Association of Italian Manufactures of Machinery and Equipment for Ceramic) at the headquarters of Villa Marchetti in Modena. During the meeting, the objectives of the project were presented, the results achieved and the possibilities of technological transfer of...
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