Read this list: Aquarno, Ebarrito, eMOTIVI, Favini, Figli di Guido Lapi, Maprotec, Motta Pelli, Regenesi, Re-new. What do these brands have in common (and not only this)? Simple: the ability to give further meaning to the circula identity of leather. That is: enhance it not only as a waste of the food industry, but (at a further level) also recovering its waste (those derived from the tanning process and those collected during the development of the manufacturing process). A sort of circularity 2.0 that tomorrow will be the protagonist of a workshop at Lineapelle96 (from 2PM to 4.30PM, at the LEM conference hall – Ponte dei Mari, on the side of pavilion 22) entitled “The Circularity of Italian Leather – 360° sustainability”. The companies mentioned will exhibit some products/projects obtained by recovering tanning waste. The event, however, will go to the bottom of this dimension, the result of “a modern, systemic and avant-garde industrial approach – explain the organisers of UNIC – Italian Tanneries – that transforms a food waste into a quality material, an excellence and, anticipating the European strategy on bio-economy, has been able to go beyond its sectoral horizon, creating the conditions for its production waste to become raw materials for other industrial chains, starting a true symbiosis with the entire value chain”. The meeting is free entry, will be moderated by Rossella Sobrero (CSR Manager Network, Università degli Studi di Milano) and can also be followed in streaming, by accessing the Facebook page of UNIC – Italian Tanneris.