LIFE-Trialkyl project presented in Vilnius


The project was presented during the workshop “Eco Innovation for reduced production and use of hazardous chemicals”.

It was organized within the “LIFE Platform Meeting on Chemicals”, held in Vilnius (Lithuania) on 27 and 28 November 2019



The aim of the workshop was to identify how the use and emissions of substances of concern can be reduced in different areas thus contributing to a non-toxic environment and circular economy (e.g. industrial processes, agriculture, waste and waste water management, resource efficiency).

This meeting gave Italmatch Chemicals the chance to present the final results obtained during the Project. The company described a process of renewal in innovation, which has led to a successful route, starting from a local point of view to reach a global perspective on sustainable chemical industry.

During the event, the Layman’s Report
and the final brochure were distributed. Moreover, the team joined tables with other private companies, crucial for the discussion about potential measure improvement in Chemicals Management.

In particular, it was highlighted that results obtained during the LIFE-Trialkyl project contributed to the European discussion on the definition of KPIs in industrial chemistry, in order to reach a circular and sustainable economy in environmental high risk areas.



More about LIFE-Trialkyl project?


The project is about a highly innovative and sustainable chemical process, under the funding program LIFE 2014-2020. The successful realization of the project, proposed and coordinated by Italmatch Chemicals S.p.A., will contribute to even strengthen company’s leading global position within the Specialty Chemicals sector.
The project is a perfect example of successful synergy among Research & Development, Process Technology and Environmental issues with the scope to serve our market with always new smart eco sustainable solutions. The Partnership is composed by Italmatch Chemicals S.p.A., SC Sviluppo chimica S.p.A. and RISE Research Institute of Sweden.

> See more on LIFE-Trialkyl official website