BT2i and Nova-Institute offer advice for green plastic solutions
Nova-Institute (Hürth / Germany; and market research company BT2i (Paris / France; have a multi-client programme for technology and market research on the topic of “Greener Plastics”, available since November 2019. The French company has been offering “TWatch” programmes on a range of topics for many years. With Nova, the software would now aim to help companies produce and use plastics in a sustainable and cost-effective manner.

The “Greener Plastics TWatch” programme provides customers with up-to-date information on innovations and market developments in the plastics industry – for example on bioplastics, bio-composites, natural fibres and substitution of chemicals as well as recycled plastics and “plastic-free” materials. Also available are webinars, individual advice and an annual event. Nova will market the Greener Plastics programme in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Scandinavia and Switzerland.
28.11.2019 [243993-0]
Published on 28.11.2019
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