Nenu2phar project: Micro-algae for biodegradables bioplastics.

NENU2PHAR project is a 5 years project financed by the H2020 European programme that is aimed to develop a viable alternative to existing petrochemical-based plastics that is sustainable and biodegradable.
The project brings together 17 partners (5 large industrials, 6 SMEs, 5 RTOs and 1 cluster) leaders in the different fields of research, from biomass development to formulation of biopolymer up to plastic processes. One of the resources highlighted in the project is to use micro-algae to creates bridgeable plastics.

More information:
“For a sustainable and European value chain of PHA-based materials for high-volume consumer products”, Cordis Europa. Available at:
“Nenu2phar”, Biobased-industries Consortium. Available at: