The port of Antwerp's goal is to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
Slightly to heavily contaminated soils and sediments are now being treated, cleaned and recycled into secondary building materials in the heart of Liège.
In the past, rope makers transformed the thread, usually hemp, into rope. This profession has almost disappeared today.
American biotech CyanVac has chosen the Charleroi-based subsidiary of Univercells to produce a new single-dose vaccine against coronavirus, to be administered nasally.
In the port of Zeebrugge, 11 wind turbines with a total capacity of 44 MW are currently supplying green electricity to the largest electric vehicle charging park in Belgium.
GSK is investing €330 million in a vaccine freeze-drying facility. The aim in Wavre will also be to produce 100 million doses of a new coronavirus vaccine.