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ECO-PV AND ENEA: TOGHETHER, FOR RECOVERY AND REUSE OF RAW MATERIAL
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ECO-PV ED ENEA FOR RECOVERY OF RAW MATERIALS

The objective of the scientific collaboration between Eco-PV and ENEA is the industrialization of an innovative process for the treatment of photovoltaic modules at end of their life, aimed at an efficient and environmentally sustainable recovery of raw materials.

ENEA’s know-how and Eco-PV’s industrial experience have made it possible to engineer a process in which the efficiency of recovering materials is greater than 95%. Our recycling process is more energetical and economical efficient than those actually in use or already pateted, thanks to its completely eco-sustainable treatment of PV WEEE with zero emissions.
The eco-sustainability of the project is guaranteed by two important characteristics:

  • reduction of the energy requirement of the treatment process;
  • The ENEA “Proof of Concept” about innovative industrial technologies.

THE GOALS

ECO-PV, in partnership with ENEA, achieved important goals for environmental sustainability with his innovative project.
Together they won the tender of:

  • The Italian Environmental Ministry about WEEE recover and recycling process;
  • The ENEA “Proof of Concept” about innovative industrial technologies.

The evaluation criteria were the innovativeness, the low environmental impact, the high percentage of recovered material, the scalability and the economic sustainability.
The collaboration with ENEA allowed the Consortium to achive an important goal, certifying the excellent quality of collaboration between the two companies, shown into the technical-scientific content of the activities carried out in partnership.