Communicating the necessity, impact and economic potential of harnessing our seas as a sustainable mineral resource is a crucial part of SEArcularMINE’s objectives. We are proud to work together with project partners, researchers and the wider stakeholder community to help maximise the value and reach of our activities.
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North of Zadar, the island of Pag in Croatia has a history of sea salt production that spans thousands of years
Located in Sečovlje Salina Nature Park along the Slovene-Croatian border traditional salt production has survived from the 14th century
SEArcularMINE project partners and collaborators within WP2 have been busy collecting and processing samples from saltwork sites in Croatia and Slovenia.
As part of WP2 Fabrizio Vicari (ResourSEAs) worked with project partners SOSALT to complete brine sampling collections at the Trapani Saltworks, Sicily. The team had a productive expedition and enjoyed their immersion into an environment where human activities and nature have been intertwined for millennia.
SEArcularMINE, a €6 million Research and Innovation project funded under EU Horizon 2020, officially launched its activities, working towards developing leading technologies to ensure the sustainable supply of raw materials for key industrial value chains in Europe