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Tuesday October 29th, 2019

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Making paint synonymous with the circular economy

Is it possible to create professional paint with a small carbon footprint and low emissivity? It is, with the start-up, CIRCOULEUR. It is an innovation from Matching Up that has been tested on our sites!

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