Geraldine is currently working on the recycling of composite materials in the framework of the project EXHUME (Efficient X-sector use of HeterogeneoUs MatErials in Manufacturing). This work is done in collaboration with Exeter University, Cranfield University and the University of Manchester. It also involves companies like EADS, EnginSoft, LANNER, Kirton Kayaks, Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems, TWI and the National Composites Centre (NCC) and the Environmental Sustainability and Materials KTNs. During this 3-years project, Geraldine will explore different techniques to transform thermoset and thermoplastic composite materials while retaining reinforcement properties of fibres and separating matrices as appropriate to produce fibre/resin classes of materials that can be used in remanufacture. The project will focus all classes of composite materials (GF, CF, polyester, epoxy, and thermoplastics).