11 JULY 2019
The 5th participatory session of the OceanWise project took place in Lorient, France on July 11th, 2019. The organization of this event was ensured by the French partners of the OceanWise project, Université Bretagne Sud, Seabird, and Cedre.
24 stakeholders participated on the event, representatives of several sectors of activity related directly or indirectly to the life cycle of the EPS/XPS, such as Companies of material production, R&D and waste treatment, Institutions, Pollutions experts, Fisheries, Aquaculture union associations, System developers, Life cycle experts and non-governmental organizations related to the Environment.
The participants identified the main priorities to be addressed moving towards integrating EPS/XPS into a circular economy for France: Eco-Design and alternatives to EPS foams; Awareness and uses; Collection; Political solutions and synergies.
This workshop is part of a series of international meetings that will take place throughout the year 2019, aiming to capture the active participation of the sectors that influence the complex problem of the loss of products discarded to the sea.
The project aims to propose updates of public policies and new good practices to be adopted by Industry.
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