LEITAT Acondicionamiento Tarrasense


Address /
Contact person

Carrer de la Innovació, 2
08225 Terrassa, Spain
Mr. Oriol Gasquez, ogasquez(at)leitat.org


LEITAT Technological Center, a private non-profit association, is dedicated to provide services to the industrial sector, by adding technological value to products and processes. While focusing on R+D+i, based on flexible management in an "open innovation" environment, LEITAT is supporting the competitiveness of national and international companies through a driving force for the collaboration and the cooperation for technological transfer.


Key Business / Risk Area

Business Areas:




Infrastructure & Construction


Social science & humanities



Industrial Technologies





Risk Areas:

Risk Governance

Industrial Risk

Environmental Risks

Occupational Risks

Financial Risks

Social/Societal Risks

Health Risks

Asset Integrity Risks (RBI etc.)

Life Cycle Analysis

Standards and Regulations















Main Products / Services

The multisectorial ambition of LEITAT is valuable set-up allowing different technologies to be applied as a major profit for each of the particular technology. Our research divisions include: biomedicine, bio-in-vitro, nano-health and safety, nanomaterials, industrial bitechnology, new production processes, fast moving consumer goods, smart systems, renewable energies, advanced polymers, environment, surface treatments, analytical chemistry and textile technologies.



Key Projects
(running or just finished)

  • GUIDENANO - Assessment and mitigation of nano-enabled product risks on human and environmental health: Development of new strategies and creation of a digital guidance tool for nanotech industries, www.guidenano.eu
  • NOSHAN - Sustainable Production of Functional and Safe Feed from Food Waste, www.noshan.eu
  • COMMON SENSE - Cost-Effective sensors, interoperable with international existing ocean observing systems to meet EU policies
  • DEMEAUMED - Demonstrating integrated innovative technologies for an optimal and safe closed water cycle in Mediterranean tourist facilities, www.demeaumed.eu
  • NANOPOLYTOX - Toxicological impact of nanomaterials derived from processing, weathering and recycling of polymer nanocomposites used in various industrial applications, www.nanopolytox.eu



Why we joined EU-VRi?

LEITAT joins EU-VRi to create new business opportunities for EU funded projects and participate within the EU policy framework development. Moreover, LEITAT is looking for collaboration to fill in risk management gaps in the particular fields of expertise such as nanotechnology, environment, and biotechnology toward industrial application.