The Barcelona Nautical Cluster and the TecnoCampus of Mataró (UPC) have held the first working session of the NAU-TEC project with the Cluster members. This first day was used to present the potential of the circular economy in the nautical sector.
NAU-TEC is a project that allows to identify the potential of the circular economy in the sector and, with the collaboration of the partners of the Cluster, to validate and fix the main strategic lines of the circular economy in this sector. Finally, this project also aims to stimulate and raise awareness about circularity in the sector itself.
According to Sònia Llorens, director of the chair of circular economy at the TecnoCampus in Mataró, "the circular economy is a lever for transformation that, combined with innovation and industry 4.0, will allow the nautical sector to be more resilient".
The general director of the Cluster, Andor Serra, emphasizes that "this day must allow us to bring the circular economy closer to our partners and that they can apply it in their projects".
You can download the content of the day here.
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