Treasure was presented in a Matching Event at UNITA

Ricardo Magdalena introduced the Treasure Project at a Matching Event organized by UNITA at the Politecnico di Torino in Italy. This event provided an opportunity to connect with various professors, researchers, and PhD students from different European universities, including the University of Navarra, the University of Zaragoza, Politecnico di Torino, the University of Timisoara, and several others.

During the event, there was significant interest in the Treasure Project as it addresses a current societal topic—the green transition in the automotive sector. Ricardo explained the applied methodology, emphasizing the most critical car parts in terms of metal composition. Additionally, he discussed the recycling assessments conducted and the pilot plants developed by our partners.

The event served as a platform to promote the goals of the Treasure Project and attract the attention of more universities. This success was evident as some professors expressed interest in collaborating on future projects related to the automotive industry and the critical components found in car parts.

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