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New opportunities for circular business in the port of Rotterdam: fibre-reinforced composite plastics

By 2030, a number of European countries want to generate over one third of their power by sustainable means. That’s why over the past few decades, these countries have erected a large number of wind turbines both on land and offshore. On average, the turbine blades are 50 to 100 metres long and they are largely made of fibre-reinforced composite plastics. Today, Northwest Europe is the first region challenged with recycling these materials.
This report outlines:
Opportunities to stimulate new economic activity in the port area surrounding the collection, processing and recycling of composite plastic materials.

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