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Emerging Alternatives for Single-use plastics in Packaging

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 921044
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 60 Pages
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一次性塑膠包裝的新興替代品 Emerging Alternatives for Single-use plastics in Packaging
出版日期: 2019年12月27日內容資訊: 英文 60 Pages
簡介

生物基礎塑膠可為生物降解性也可為非生物降解性,然而非生物降解性的生物基礎塑膠即使在焚燒過程中,導致全球暖化的可能性仍較小。歐洲及亞太地區在食品和化妝品方面紙類包裝採用潛力提升,另一方面全球對於作為食品包裝材料的生物基礎塑膠十分感興趣。

本報告研究一次性塑膠包裝的新替代品,系統性彙整目前及新興替代材料。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

  • 石油基礎的塑膠,根據其化學結構可為具生物降解性或非生物降解性
  • 特徵與最終使用者功能決定了塑膠的選擇
  • 各種研究顯示傳統塑膠是全球關注的原因
  • 全球一次性塑膠的階段性淘汰
  • 一次性塑膠包裝替代品的需求
  • 一次性塑膠包裝主要替代品
  • 由於氣候變化問題,推動了區域的永續包裝興趣
  • 永續包裝開發仍處於準備階段

第3章 技術評估

  • 主要包裝形式和最終應用之替代材料Mapping
  • 作為傳統塑膠可實行替代品的生物基礎塑膠
  • 紙/紙板紙包裝的可回收性之研究必要性
  • 作為HDPE基礎的硬質包裝替代品的成型纖維與紙漿包裝
  • 金屬包裝可回收且不影響品質
  • 透過生物樹脂塗層技術的運輸、物流、供應鏈之木製包裝材料優化
  • 輕量耐久的玻璃包裝開發
  • 由於對安全性方面知識有限,矽膠包裝的採用為最小程度
  • 區域導入的替代包裝
  • 各區域之替代材料相關技術開發
  • 消費財產業中替代包裝產品的穩定採用
  • 歐洲及亞太地區的生物基礎塑膠之持續採用

第4章 矚目企業

  • Elevate Packaging的Pure Label™
  • TIPA Corporation
  • ICBP
  • Policarta的NOW™
  • Ypack
  • Evoware

第5章 創新指標

  • 專利申請穩健增加
  • 美國對替代材料研究的高度興趣
  • 亞太地區
  • 歐洲
  • 併購
  • 瞭解生物降解性

第6章 替代包裝技術標竿

  • 一次性塑膠包的替代材料比較分析
  • 持續努力開發高不透性材料
  • 生物基礎塑膠的未來採用

第7章 產業聯絡資訊

第8章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: D8FB

Circular Economy Initiatives Leading to Increasing Adoption of Sustainable and Environment-friendly Alternatives for Single-Use Packaging

Dumping of plastics in landfills and in marine environment are having adverse effects across the globe. Also, microplastics found in most of the water sources, affects both human and marine life. The current widely adopted crude-based plastics are degraded to reduce its adverse impact. However, degradation of plastics also requires energy intensive processes and in turn, rises its own set of challenges.

A high percentage of landfill issues comes from single-use plastics, especially those used in packaging. Hence, developing sustainable alternative materials, whether it is recyclable or biodegradable or compostable, can overcome key challenges. Bio-based polymers, paper, pulp, fiber, wood, glass, metal, and silicones are among the materials that are being introduced as packaging, in both single and blended forms. Similar to the petroleum-based plastics, bio-based plastics can either be biodegradable and non- biodegradable, however, the non-biodegradable bio-based plastics still has less global warming potential even during its incineration. There has been high interest in bio-based plastics as a food packaging material across the globe while the potential adoption of paper packaging in the food and cosmetic products in Europe and Asia Pacific are rising.

This research service titled “Emerging Alternatives for Single-use Plastics in Packaging” provides a review of the both current and emerging alternative materials that provides a sustainable option to the crude-based single-use plastics in packaging across applications such as food & beverage, healthcare, personal care, consumer goods and its potential adoption in the transportation, logistics and supply chain industries. The research service also highlights the key factors that influence R&D and adoption efforts across various geographic regions. It also provides a list of noteworthy innovations, from both technology and product perspective across the globe and highlights key innovators.

Table of Contents

1.0. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Research Scope
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.3. Steady Adoption of Alternative Materials Across the Globe in Various Applications
  • 1.4. Increasing Stakeholder Activities Across the Globe Indicate Gaining Focus Towards Alternative Materials
  • 1.5. Regulations Play a Vital Role in Increasing the Adoption of Alternative Materials for Packaging

2.0. Alternatives for Single-use Plastics in Packaging- An Introduction

  • 2.1. Petroleum-based Plastics can be Either Biodegradable or Non-biodegradable Based on its Chemical Structure
  • 2.2. Characteristics and End-User Functionality Determine the Choice of Plastics
  • 2.3. Various Research Studies Establish that Conventional Plastics are a Cause of Concern Across the Globe
  • 2.4. Initiatives on Phasing-out Single-use Plastic Active Across the Globe
  • 2.5. Need for Alternatives for Single-use Plastics in Packaging
  • 2.6. Key Alternatives for Single-use Plastic in Packaging
  • 2.7. Increasing Interest on Sustainable Packaging Across the Regions due to the Climate Change Issues Driving Adoption
  • 2.8. Development of the Sustainable Packaging Still at Prefatory Stage

3.0. Technology Assessment

  • 3.1. Mapping of Alternative Materials with Key Packaging Formats and End-use Applications
  • 3.2. Bio-based Plastics Considered as a Viable Alternative for Conventional Plastics
  • 3.3. Need for Research on Recyclability of Paper/Paperboard Packaging
  • 3.4. Molded Fiber and Pulp Packaging as an Alternative to the HDPE-based Rigid Packaging
  • 3.5. Metal Packaging Can be Recycled Without Compromising its Quality
  • 3.6. Optimizing Wood Packaging in the Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Industry Through Bio-resin Coating Technologies
  • 3.7. Developing Lightweight and Durable Glass Packaging
  • 3.8. Minimal Adoption of Silicone Packaging due to Limited Knowledge on its Safety Aspects
  • 3.9. Alternative Packaging Introduced Across the Regions
  • 3.10. Technology Development Related to Alternative Materials Seen Across All Regions
  • 3.11. Stable Adoption of Alternative Packaging Products in the Consumer Goods Industry
  • 3.12. Continuous Adoption of Bio-based Plastics in Europe and Asia Pacific

4.0. Companies to Watch

  • 4.1. Elevate Packaging's Pure Label™ Provides a Compostable Packaging Technology with Wide Application Potential
  • 4.2. TIPA Corporation has Developed a Compostable Flexible Packaging for Food and Non-food Products
  • 4.3. High Demand for ICBP's Bio-resin in Europe due to Availability of Recycling Technologies
  • 4.4. Policarta's NOW™ Technology Optimizes the Recyclability of Paper Packaging
  • 4.5. Ypack's Bioplastic Gaining Interest for use in both Flexible and Rigid Packaging
  • 4.6. Evoware's Seaweed-based Plastic Films Remain Stable for Two Years Without the Need for Preservatives

5.0. Innovation Indicators

  • 5.1. Steady Increase in Patent Filings Indicate Continued R&D Efforts
  • 5.2. High Interest on Research of Alternative Materials in the US
  • 5.3. APAC Prominent in Funding Activities Followed by North America
  • 5.4. Collaborative Efforts for R&D and Commercialization of Alternative Materials are Prominent in Europe
  • 5.5. Mergers and Acquisitions Witnessed for Developing Sustainable Materials for Packaging
  • 5.6. Need for Better Understanding of Biodegradability of Materials can Increase Adoption

6.0. Technology Benchmarking of Alternative Packaging

  • 6.1. Comparative Analysis of Alternative Materials for Single-use Plastics in Packaging
  • 6.2. Continuous Efforts Towards Developing Materials With High Barrier Properties
  • 6.3. Future Adoption of Bio-based Plastics as E-commerce Packaging and as Tertiary Packaging in Logistics and Supply Chain Expected in Mid Term

7.0. Key Contacts

  • 7.1. Industry Contacts

8.0. Appendix

  • 8.1. Criteria Definition for Technology Benchmarking
  • 8.1. Criteria Definition for Technology Benchmarking (contd.)
  • 8.2. Ratings for Technology Benchmarking
  • 8.3. Justification of Ratings for Technology Benchmarking
  • 8.3. Justification of Ratings for Technology Benchmarking (contd.)
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