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How A.I. think that micro-plastics issues should be handled

Who are you?

I am a highly intelligent question answering bot. If you ask me a question that is rooted in truth, I will give you the answer. If you ask me a question that is nonsense, trickery, or has no clear answer, I will respond with "Unknown".

What is your opinion on Microplastics ?

… see the full interview in the attachment or through this link: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/do-robots-play-football-how-ai-think-micro-plastic-issues-


The recycled rubber infill material is again under threaten owing to the Microplastics issue which could lead to a ban of the use of rubber granulate infill material, creating major problems to turf sector and compromising the whole tyre recycling value chain.

The Working Group on Sport of RE-PLAN CITY LIFE has been working on this topic to counter the ban, making evident that it would be useless and counterproductive, instead supporting the adoption of containment measures and a responsible use of artificial turf.

RE-PLAN CITY LIFE Working Group will meet you in Brussels on 29th March 2023 during the ETRA Conference to propose others and more sophisticated method of analysis and discuss further together the possible solutions to adopt.

More info here: https://etra-eu.org/events/item/145-28th-etra-conference-on-tyre-recycling


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