The company name comes from Rec – Recycling and Recovery. Cura comes from the latin “Care, Concern”- The core of our company.
Reccura was founded in 2022. The three partners are Hülya Ucar, Nadja Damtoft and Jesper Sloth.
Hülya holds a Ph.D. degree in chemical recycling of polymers and has experience within this field and high-pressure, high-temperature conversion processes, circular economy, and waste recycling since 2010.
Nadja Damtoft holds a Ph.D. in sustainability accounting with extensive knowledge in ESG and the CSRD and Jesper Sloth a M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, specializing in strategy and sustainability.
With deep roots in academia and industry, Reccura bridges crucial knowledge gaps between the two. Much of the extensive research published daily remains inaccessible to the industry, especially SMEs. At Reccura, we are passionate about harnessing this knowledge, ensuring companies lead in the green transition and offering state-of-the-art solutions throughout our service range.
We believe that minimizing these gaps will bring companies in front within the green transition nationally and internationally. This is the exact purpose of Reccura!
We have the competencies to develop technologies, disseminate crucial scientific publications and provide solutions within the services we provide with state-of-the art knowledge- in every step of the process.
To be the center of state-of-the-art knowledge within the green transition and bring cutting edge technologies to the market.
The green transition refers to the shift towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly economy, often characterized by the increased use of renewable energy sources and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. One significant component of a green economy strategy is to promote the development and adoption of sustainable technologies.
Addressing climate and environmental challenges, clearly requires natural scientific knowledge as well as engineering expertise concerning the various technical solutions that can be adopted to mitigate the negative impacts. Sharing knowledge and educating people about the green transition and its benefits is crucial in order to create a more sustainable future.
By raising awareness and encouraging individuals, businesses, and governments to take action, we can work together to create a greener, cleaner, and more equitable world.