Polysecure lives and works for its customers, for the development and implementation of sustainable technology solutions.
And some development news will deliberately not be published here. So even if our main work takes place behind closed doors, this page should give you a little insight into Polysecure's publications.
2022 – with our SORT4CIRCLE®-technology we were present at different fairs or congresses for example at the IFAT (World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management) or at the GERMAN PACKAGING DAY. We always took home that we are on the right track with our vision for a reliable, complete, technology-open and flexible sorting technology. It allows different waste streams to be sorted precisely and in the best possible way.
Our technical solutions to promote the circular economy are based on efficient invisible marking, reliable detection and accurate sorting of materials and products. Feel free to form an impression of our economic and innovative sorting technology.
The general assembly of the EU-funded project CIRCULAR FoodPack brought national and international participants to Freiburg for two days.
Polysecure also plays a regional role. The economic press conference of the wvib took place here. In this context, Jochen Moesslein, Managing Director of Polysecure, gave a presentation on the Polysecure technology platform with the four business areas SORTING, MATERIAL TRACKING, PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION and AUTHENTICATION. Afterwards, these could also be visited in the laboratory and during demonstrations. You can find more information here.
Polysecures patented developments are a topic in the media. Read and see for yourself.
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The December 2022 Magazine of Compounding World published a very interesting article. They said “Counterfeiters present a risk to brand value and consumer safety. We explore some additive technologies that can ensure security and traceability.”
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Our employee Amy Treick was interviewed in the series "AFBW im Gespräch" (AFBW - Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg e.V.). With the title "Opportunity for high-quality sorting and recycling in the textile industry", you will get an insight into our sorting technology here.