The SUSPENS project aims to develop highly bio-sourced epoxy and polyester resins (over 95%) with new formulations
for high performance. These resins will be used with sustainable reinforcements like natural fibers, lignin-based carbon
fiber, and recycled carbon and glass fiber to create components for surface transport and aerospace. Recycling solutions
for these structures will be developed to cover their entire lifecycle, including an innovative matrix pyrolysis method to
reduce energy consumption. They’ll also develop a specific solvolysis process to separate the bio-based resins from
fibers and study oil and organic component valorization into by-products. The project will demonstrate these methods on
representative parts such as a car battery pack, leisure boat components, and an aircraft wingbox section.





The project was featured in an article in Composite World : SUSPENS project shares one-year progress, next steps | CompositesWorld