On 17th November 2018, the Danish Government and the Parliament entered an agreement on a new chemistry initiative, which runs from 2018 to 2021. The Centre for Circular Chemistry is part of that agreement.

The Centre for Circular Chemistry is established to inspire and help Danish companies substitute problematic chemicals in their products and create a strong starting point for sustainable product and business development that support circular economy.

By working with us, companies get direct access to specific knowledge and professional advice needed to create the best results.