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DIAGONAL aims to develop new methodologies for ensuring long-term nanosafety throughout the entire lifecycle of multicomponent nanomaterials and High Aspect Ratio Nanoparticles, from design and production to application, use, and end-of-life stages.


DIAGONAL aims to analyze and predict the properties and safety of nanomaterials, redesign them for industrial applications, and standardize risk management and governance processes.


DIAGONAL aims to create a trusted environment for industries, particularly SMEs, to meet REACH requirements, enhancing the safety of nano-enabled products throughout their lifecycle and encouraging wider use of nanomaterials with lower business risks.


*Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) is a European Union regulation that addresses the production and use of chemical substances, and their potential impacts on both human health and the environment.

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CALIMERO is a European Project whose goal is to create a common framework for the Life Cycle Assessment methodologies of certain bio-based industries’ sectors.


Europe is prioritizing a transition to a bio-based low-carbon economy to address the significant greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impacts produced by its industries, as part of various strategic policies including the European Green Deal and the 2030 Climate Target Plan.


The CALIMERO project aims to address significant gaps in the European Union's Product Environmental Footprint methodology, including assessments of biodiversity, ecosystem services, toxicity, GHG emissions, circularity, criticality, and socio-economic indicators.


CALIMERO aims to create a sustainability framework for bio-based industries from various sectors, reducing environmental impacts and promoting a greener Europe by addressing economic and social dimensions.

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The EU Textiles Strategy, as part of the Green Deal's Circular Economy efforts, aims to address waste, recycling inefficiencies, and environmental impacts in textiles by introducing Sustainable Product Policies, including the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation and Digital Product Passport.


Access to detailed product information, including material compositions and chemical traceability, is essential for developing circular products and business models in the CE, but supply chain volatility and complexity hinder companies' ability to track chemicals in their products.


ECHT aims to enhance chemical traceability in the textile circular value chains of NWE's micro and SME firms through a coordinated, cross-border approach, fostering innovation and competitiveness without being tied to specific IT solutions.


ECHT establishes a traceability strategy with action plans for textile actors, using insights from training schemes to create a Knowledge Platform that helps SMEs develop innovative business models.

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