Italy focuses on the circular economy at the G20

Two out of five best practices presented by the MISE are powered by RadiciGroup


On June 8 and 9, as part of the initiatives related to the G20 held in Japan (just ended), an Italian delegation from the MISE (Italian Ministry for Economic Development), led by vice minister Michele Geraci, participated in Tsukuba to the working sessions of the Ministerial Meeting on Trade and Digital Economy, contributing, with all the members and auditors, to the  final ministerial declaration on these subjects.


The two day meeting focused on "Business and policy examples for Sustainable and inclusive Growth trough Trade and Investment". Italy presented five best practices, two of which are directly linked to RadiciGroup: a 100% nylon and consequently 100% recyclable jacket that, being made out of a single material, can be recycled for plastics applications at the end of its life. And the project, carried out in partnership with Versalis (ENI) and Safitex, for the recycling of synthetic grass pitches.


The objective of the initiative was to share information among countries and exchange views to promote trade and investments that contribute to sustainable and inclusive growth.