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Plastics Tomorrow via Biobased Chemicals & Recycling (New Jersey, United States - June 25-28th 2018) - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Plastics Tomorrow via Biobased Chemicals & Recycling" conference has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

While most major corporations around the world have escalated their efforts in recent years on improving the Environmental Impact & Sustainability via several routes, some BREAK-THROUGH concepts have only lately emerged. For example, (1) converting & forest waste into chemicals; the latter besides numerous uses serve as Building-Blocks for plastics and (2) reducing-capturing-converting the harmful greenhouse gases (CO2 and CH4) into chemicals. Of course, handling plastics waste will always be of utmost importance and continuous advancements in recycling are being made. All these revolutionary concepts take environment/sustainability efforts to new heights.

Join us to witness how the field of Polymers & Chemicals is being rejuvenated via Non-Fossil Raw-Materials that are (1) Biobased-Sustainable or (2) Air-Land-Ocean Pollutants"; thereby leading to preservation of petroleum resources, reduction of air-land-ocean pollution, and utilization of free/undesirable raw materials.

Agenda:

June 26 (Tuesday), 2018 - Conference Day 1

  • State-of-the-Biobased Plastics Industry: Overview 2018
  • BioPlastics: Common Misconceptions Made Crystal Clear
  • International Standards & Testing for Biodegradation & Compostability

Session I: Biobased PolyOlefins

  • The Trend Continues: More & More Brand-Owners are Turning Towards Green PE
  • Direct Fermentation of Sugars to Produce Olefins

Session II: Biobased PolyEsters-I

  • Latest on PLA: Technology, Business and Global Growth Opportunities
  • Developments in PBS

Session III: Biobased PolyEsters-II; Symposium on PHA Bioplastic

  • Overview of PHA Business: Commercialization, Applications and Opportunities
  • PHA Plastic from Waste Cooking Oil: Journey through Commercialization
  • A Circular Economy Situation: PHA Bioplastic from Organic Waste Feedstocks
  • Commercialization & Development of PHA-PLA End-Markets

Session IV: KeyNote Presentations: BRAND-OWNER's Perspectives on BioBased Products

June 27 (Wednesday), 2017 - Conference Day 2

Session V: Biobased High-Performance PolyEsters-III

  • Fully Biobased Polyester (PEF) for Food/Beverage Packaging:
  • Fully Biobased Polyester (PTF): Commercial Update & Applications

Session VI: Biobased Nylons & Specialty Plastics

  • Nylon 6 and Nylon 66: Biobased Building Blocks Emerging
  • Beyond Nylon 6 and Nylon 66: New DiAcids and DiAmines Create Newer Nylons

Session VII: Panel Discussion-Pre-Selected Questions from Participants

June 28 (Thursday), 2017 - Conference Day 3

  • Plastics Waste: Value-Creation/Healthier Planet
  • Plastics Recycling in USA: Overview 2018, Challenges & Opportunities for Accelerated Growth

Session IX: End-of-Life Options: Reincarnation into New High-Quality Plastics

  • Recycling of PET: Commercial Process-Technology for Virgin-Like/FDA Quality PET Resin
  • Quality Improvement/Value Generation of Recycled Plastics:Tailor-Made Additive Systems & Stabilizers

Session X: End-of-Life Options: Challenges & Opportunities vs Plastic Type

  • Flexible Packaging Multilayered Films & Pouches: Challenges for Recycling
  • Agricultural Plastics: Opportunities & Challenges for Recycling
  • Most Durable Alternative to Wood from 100% Recycled Plastics
  • Biobased Plastic Recycling: Impact & Opportunities
  • Bio-Resins / Bio-Composites: Reduction of Unpleasant Odor using ZEOflair

Session XI: End-of-Life Options: Synthetic Fuel for Commercial & In-House Energy

  • Commercial Launch of Plastic-to-Fuel Business
  • Hospital Plastics Waste Management: Energy Generation & Cost Reduction

Session XII: Ocean Plastic Pollution: Severity of Problem & Initiatives Being Taken

  • Severity of Ocean Pollution by Plastics: Overview & Initiatives Being Taken
  • The Solution to Ocean Pollution: PHA's of the Future

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2jtnmc/plastics_tomorrow'w=4

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for Research, technological development and demonstration (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° [606572].

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