Recycling & Waste management of Polymers

Biobased polymers lead not only on the raw materials side but also on the other side through certain promising end-of-life (EOL) options. Exclusively waste disposal with energy recovery has an added advantage, which lies in benefiting carbon neutral energy while allowing multiple uses of possible recycling. The recent commission after research said that all of the composts contain biodegradable polymers materials could be classified using a risk assessment system at a higher toxicity position. Biodegradable polymers waste can serve for aerobic degradation, composting, or anaerobic digestion. When biopolymers are propagated or digested, their individual elements are recycled naturally in particular in their carbon and hydrogen content. The greater segment of the market, packaging, is expected to reach nearly $980 billion in 2022. The second-largest market segment, made up of fibers/fabrics is expected to increase in volume from an estimated 435 million pounds in 2016 to USD 93.27 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 12.1%.

There has been a marked increase in interest in biodegradable materials for use in packaging, agriculture, medicine, and other areas. In particular, biodegradable polymer materials (known as biocomposites) are of interest. As a result, many researchers are investing time into modifying traditional materials to make them more userfriendly, and into designing novel polymer composites out of naturally occurring materials. A number of biological materials may be incorporated into biodegradable polymer materials, with the most common being starch and fiber extracted from various types of plants. The belief is that biodegradable polymer materials will reduce the need for synthetic polymer production (thus reducing pollution) at a low cost, thereby producing a positive effect both environmentally and economically.

  • Biopolymers in plastic recycling stream
  • Chemical recycling using Dry –Heat Depolymerization
  • Biopolymer packing to lower carbon impact
  • Environment aspects of Biopolymers
  • Biopolymers in waste management
  • Plastic pollution and promising solutions
  • Microplastics management in oceans and other water bodies
  • Ill effects of plastics pollution to the natural environment
  • Managing and optimising household and industrial plastic waste
  • Polymer membranes for waste water treatment

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