Ecolabnet is a network of service providers for eco-innovations. Project is funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region. The aim of this project is to create a network of service providers for supporting eco-innovations in manufacturing SMEs of Baltic Sea Region. The partners providing expert services in the project are from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden. The competences of the network include knowledge in additive manufacturing, bio-based materials, product-service system design, eco-branding, value chain assessment, business model development, legislation, customer insights, certifications and life cycle assessment.
“We are excited to take part in building a sustainable future for the industry of additive manufacturing,” said Vaidas Talačka, co-founder and CEO of AmeraLabs. “3D printing continues to be one of the most versatile tools for small-scale manufacturing and prototyping. With the growing demand for materials comes responsibility to innovate and protect our environment.”