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Short introduction about Chemical Recycling Europe, its membership and activities
Daria Frączak is a R&D professional with more than a decade of professional experience in R&D and process & product development.
She joined Clariter in 2008 as R&D Head and successfully implemented new developments within the Clariter Group.
Daria graduated from the Silesian University of Technology, where she attained two master’s degrees, one in Chemical Technology specializing in the Technology of polymers and plastics and the other in Chemical Analysis specializing in quality control and environmental protection. She also obtained a post-graduate in Project Management from the Koźmiński University, and Technology brokering from the Silesian University of Technology. She has written and reviewed numerous articles and publications within the plastic processing industry and represents Clariter on a global scale at conferences.
Mohammad Hayatifar holds a PhD in Polymer Chemistry from Italy.
He works as Secretary General of Chemical Recycling Europe and is coordinating advocacy activities related to sustainability and circularity of plastics, in particular chemical recycling of polymer waste in Europe.
He worked several years in industry and academia where he has had the chance to accumulate wide-range of experience in polymer science and technology focusing mainly on polyolefins, recycling of plastic waste and hybrid materials. He has published more than 30 papers in peer reviewed international journals.
Marco is Chief Technology Officer at ARCUS Greencycling Technologies Gmbh.
He is a process engineer with 10 years’ experience in thermochemical conversion processes in academia and industry.
After his studies at Polytechnic University of Milan on Waste-to-Energy and Refinery Processes, he gained his PhD at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) on the field of pyrolysis of biogenic waste. His theoretical and experimental works are published on the most important scientific journals of the sector.
In 2019 he joined ARCUS, where he is responsible of the overall technology development and currently leads the construction of the first of a kind chemical recycling demonstration plant in Frankfurt based on ARCUS technology.