Bioeconomy. ILSA is carrying out scientific research to produce biodegradable masks


New applications have been found for ILSA protein hydrolysates, which from agriculture (passing through nutraceuticals) become the basis for biopolymers to produce bio-polyester of bacterial origin and biocompatible plastics with which individual protective devices can be created.

Stefania Lupinelli, R&D projects leader remarks “The EcoDPI project is in perfect coherence with European policies that push on the circular economy and in particular on eco-design, to significantly extend the range of eco-sustainable products available to European consumers".