by Christine Leveque, Director Business Innovation, Suez
There is a a widespread belief that Chemical Recycling processes allow to recycle the mechanically unrecyclable mixed polymer packaging. However thermo-chemical processes like Pyrolysis also need quality feedstock to produce quality oil !
The presentation will explain why it is essential for the circularity of plastics to continue the industry efforts in redesigning multi-polymers into mono-polymer packaging.
Continue reading “Designing plastics packaging for chemical recycling”
by Karl Vrancken, Research Manager Sustainable Materials, VITO / Professor, University of Antwerp
Europe is at a crossroads for the way it manages plastic, plastic waste, and plastic waste trade. Plastic and plastic waste is traded worldwide. Exports from the EU to Asia have been a means to deal with insufficient recycling capacities in the EU. Waste import restrictions in China and Hong Kong have triggered a shift of exports to other countries.
Since some types of plastic waste have been added to the UN Basel Convention, the option of exporting plastic waste is becoming increasingly difficult, requiring to build a more robust and circular economy for plastic in Europe.
Continue reading “Operationalisation of new plastic value chains for a circular economy”
Jakajima is closely following developments related to the Corona virus (COVID-19). We are in touch with specialised institutions, including the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the Regional Health Service (GGD), the World Health Organisation and the related conference venue.
Any measures required will be taken in consultation with partners and following the guidelines issued by the RIVM and GGD. Our priority is always on safeguarding health and safety.
Unless otherwise advised and communicated by us, our conferences / events will take place as scheduled.
Our status with regard to the Corona virus remains unchanged. The precautions and advice mentioned below still apply.
We advise all involved – attendees, exhibitors, employees and suppliers – to follow the guidelines and precautions of the RIVM and GGD concerning hygiene regulations:
- Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap or hand-disinfection gel;
- Greet each other verbally or with a hand gesture (don’t shake hands);
- Cough or sneeze in a paper tissue or the inside of your elbow;
- Avoid close contact with people suffering from respiratory complaints;
- Seek medical attention in case of respiratory complaints, sore throat, coughing and fever.
We encourage all attendees, exhibitors and suppliers to check the latest travel advice and entry guidelines for countries to which they wish to travel before making arrangements. These may vary from country to country.
The latest information and Q&A on the Corona virus in the Netherlands from the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) can be found here.
by Gerard van der Laan, Program Manager Circular Plastics, TNO
The presentation of TNO/Brightsite will provide an holistic view of the future plastics. In detail, we will show the current status of thermochemical recycling technologies for plastic waste and new recycling routes like MIlena Thermal Cracking for plastic and mixed waste streams.
Continue reading “Opportunities for Thermochemical recycling of plastic waste”
by Hagen Hanel, Head of Plastics Recycling Innovation Center, APK AG
- introduction APK (Scale, Location, Staff)
- Newcycling Technology and comparison to Recycling
- target audience
- our closest loop as unique selling point
- status quo and proof of principle
- APK’s offer
Continue reading “Newcycling ® solvent based recycling for polyolefins”
Plastic Waste 2 Plastic Conference welcomes Promeco as Exhibitor
Promeco manufactures plants and equipment on proprietary technology for plastic waste recycling and recovery since 1996.
Continue reading “Promeco will exhibit at Plastic Waste 2 Plastic Conference”
by Adrian Griffiths, Recycling Technologies Ltd
Adrian will discuss the potential for future plastics production to be made from recycled polymers and the effect this could bring to the industry and circular economy overall.
Continue reading “Creating feedstocks from plastic waste for a sustainable circular economy future”
by Prof. Dr. Gernot K Brueck, CEO of Plasma Power BV and Plasma Power Holding BV
Long molecules chains of PE and PP can be cut down to usable chemicals like olefins, naphtha and paraffin. This cracking procedure needs defined temperatures which only can be realized with contact-heat. Such a system was realized and finds worldwide interest.
Continue reading “The two ways to make use out of plastic-waste”
by Josse Kunst, Kiduara BV
Is Molecular Recycling Economy’s Hottest Ticket or Toxic Tech Disguised as the Solution? Let’s look specifically at the molecular recycling of reversible polymers such as polyester, polyamide 6 and polylactic acid
Continue reading “Challenges and opportunities in molecular recycling of reversible polymers”
by Alexander Hofman, Fraunhofer UMSICHT
The recycling of many plastic waste streams like mixed plastics, composites or plastics with inorganic and organic contaminations remains very challenging. As an addition to mechanical recycling, chemical recycling offers the chance for closing the plastic recycling loop. Currently, great amounts of plastics are still incinerated and removed from this loop.
Continue reading “Chemical Recycling of Plastic Waste – Pyrolysis and downstream processing of pyrolysis oils”