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再生塑料包裝破壞性技術的十年預測(至2030年)

Ten-Year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies for Recycled Plastic Packaging to 2030

出版商 Smithers 商品編碼 999388
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 186 Pages
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再生塑料包裝破壞性技術的十年預測(至2030年) Ten-Year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies for Recycled Plastic Packaging to 2030
出版日期: 2020年12月24日內容資訊: 英文 186 Pages
簡介

本報告調查並分析了可能對塑料包裝回收/回收和廢物管理行業(到2030年的10年)以及25種最具破壞性的技術產生重大影響的廣泛技術和發展,它提供了系統的信息重點關注關鍵因素和目標。

目錄

執行摘要

簡介和研究方法

塑料包裝回收/回收:現狀,主要推動因素,趨勢

  • 簡介
  • 塑料包裝的可回收性和回收

塑料包裝回收/回收中的破壞性技術,進展,因素,發展,趨勢

  • 簡介
  • 塑料包裝回收/回收技術概述
  • 前25名排名中的因素匯總
  • 機械回收
  • 柔性包裝因素的排名
  • 化學,高級或分子回收
  • 政府的作用
  • 行業角色
  • 輿論的演變與影響

附錄:COVID-19大流行對塑料包裝回收和回收的影響

  • 簡介
  • 包裝生產
  • 供應鍊和即時生產系統
  • 包裝設計與使用
  • 一次性使用和軟包裝
  • 對回收和廢物管理的影響

塑料包裝回收和收集的預測

  • 概述
  • 包裝回收和收集的前景
  • 回收/回收技術
  • 化學,高級或分子回收
  • 改進的機械回收流程和基礎設施
  • 改進的材料/包裝設計,回收利用設計
  • 政府的作用
  • 與行業有關的角色和發展
  • 輿論的演變與影響
  • COVID-19大流行對塑料包裝回收和回收的影響
目錄

This report discusses and analyzes a broad range of technologies and developments which could significantly impact the plastic packaging recycling and recovery and waste management industries over the next ten years to 2030. Major factors and objectives are considered while compiling the top 25 most disruptive technologies.

Our exclusive content:

  • The top 25 disruptive technologies which are due to change the face of recycled plastic packaging
  • You will uncover developments and changes which can be considered disruptive rather than simply evolutionary in the recycling industry
  • This report presents ranks and describes and discusses in detail the technologies, advances, factors, developments and trends involved.

Smithers' new report discussed the present status, advances and future trends in sustainable plastic packaging recycling and recovery markets, materials and technology. Whilst analysing where the industry would witness the most disruption, Smithers investigated material usage; packaging design and changes in format; end-of-life mechanical recycling processes; materials; delamination and selective extraction (solvent recycling) processes; chemical recycling and depolymerization to monomers, gasification; pyrolytic and hydrothermal processes; reusable and refillable packaging; and other factors potentially affecting all plastic packaging materials and formats.

This report will also consider areas such as consumer preferences, NGO and environmental group pressures, the influence of government regulations and industry responses to these challenges.

What will you discover?

  • This report discusses and analyzes a broad range of technologies and developments which could significantly impact the plastic packaging recycling and recovery and waste management industries over the next ten years to 2030
  • Major factors and objectives considered while compiling the top 25 most disruptive technologies, including source reduction (materials and energy use); reuse and refilling.

What methodology is used?

A Delphi-type study was used for this report comprising three iterative rounds of survey, assessment and feedback. This process started off with extensive literature and patent research, data collection and discussions with 44 industry experts to produce an extended initial list containing 65 items in 9 general categories of potentially disruptive technologies, advances, factors, developments, changes and trends which could impact the plastic packaging recycling and recovery and plastic waste management industries over the next ten years.

Who should buy this report?

  • Plastic packaging raw materials
  • High-performance plastic packaging products equipment suppliers
  • Plastic packaging manufacturing equipment suppliers
  • Packaging manufacturers
  • Packaging converters
  • Brand and retailers

About the Author

Dr Terry Cooper is CEO of ARGO Group International. He has over 50 years' experience in worldwide polymer-related R&D, manufacturing and market development. He spent 16 years in R&D at DuPont and eight years managing polymerrelated research and business groups at Arco Chemical Company (Atlantic Richfield), before founding ARGO Group. He is responsible for work recognised in over 40 patents and applications and over 80 publications and presentations and has extensive international experience in the USA, Europe and Japan.

Table of Contents

Executive summary

  • Overview
  • Top 25 Technologies, Advances, Factors, Developments and Trends
  • Outlook for Plastic Packaging Recycling and Recovery to 2030
  • Recycling and Recovery Technologies
  • Chemical, Advanced and Molecular Recycling
  • Improved Mechanical Recycling Processes and Infrastructure
  • Improved Materials and Packaging Designs and Design for Recyclability
    • Government Roles
    • Industry-Related Roles and Development
    • Evolution and Effect of Public Opinion
  • Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Plastic Packaging Recycling and Recovery

Introduction and methodology

  • Objectives
  • Scope
  • Abbreviations
  • Methodology
    • Initial List of Potential Candidate Topics for Analysis and Evaluation
      • Plastic Packaging Mechanical Recycling
      • Material Usage
      • Packaging design and changes in format
      • End-of-life mechanical recycling processes
      • Organic Recycling
      • Materials
      • Delamination and Selective Extraction (Solvent Recycling) Processes
      • Chemical recycling and depolymerization to monomers
      • Gasification, Pyrolytic and Hydrothermal Processes
      • Reusable and Refillable Packaging
      • Other Factors Potentially Affecting All Plastic Packaging Materials and Formats
  • Top 25 disruptive technologies
  • Definitions

Plastics Packaging Recycling and Recovery: Status, Key Drivers and Trends

  • Introduction
  • Plastic packaging recyclability and recovery

Disruptive Technologies, Advances, Factors, Developments and Trends in Plastic Packaging Recycling and Recovery

  • Introduction
  • Overview of Plastic Packaging Recycling and Recovery Technology
    • EU Waste Hierarchy
  • Overview of Factors in the Top 25 Rankings
  • Mechanical Recycling
    • Rigid Packaging Mechanical Recycling
      • Outline of PET bottle recycling
      • Outline of HDPE bottle recycling
    • Collection, Identification, Marking and Sorting Technologies and Equipment
      • Project HolyGrail: Intelligent Sorting at Recycling Facilities 2.0
      • Polymark Project (Europe)Re-Plast Project (Denmark) 70
      • R-Cycle Project (Germany)
      • Tomra and Other Machinery Manufacturers
      • Plastic Labels, Adhesives and Labeling Systems
      • Advances in Mechanical Recycling Processes for Rigid Plastics Packaging and Production of Higher Quality and Consistency Recyclates
      • APR PCR Certification Program
      • RecyClass Platform and Certification Program (Europe)
      • Polypropylene Recycling Coalition
    • Design for Recyclability
    • APR design guidelines
    • RecyClass Platform (Europe)
      • Mechanical Recycling Technologies Which Do Not Cause Recyclate Property Degradation
    • Printing Inks and De-Inking Technology
      • CADEL Deinking
    • New Packaging Designs Usable for Wider Product Ranges
      • Replacement of Existing Black Pigments in Rigid Packaging
      • Nextek/Wrap Project: Development of NIR Detectable Black Plastic Packaging
      • NIRSort Project
      • Gabriel-Chemie masterbatch colors for black plastic recycling
      • Clariant Colorworks™ IR-Detectable Black Technology to Make Other Dark Colors More Recyclable
      • Avient (Previously PolyOne)
      • Ampacet REC-NIR Black™ masterbatches
      • BASF Sicopal Black
      • Toyo Ink Lioplax
      • Sukano
    • Materials and Designs for Easier Recyclable Replacements for Thermoplastic or Foamed Clamshells and Food Service Packaging
    • Flexible Packaging Recycling
  • Rankings for Flexible Packaging Factors
    • Improved Flexible Packaging Mechanical Recycling: Materials Recovery for the Future and CEFLEX Projects
      • Materials Recovery for the Future (MRFF) (US)
      • Circular Economy for Flexible Packaging (CEFLEX) Project (Europe)
      • EPPIC Project (UK)
      • Kroger Simple Truth Recycling
    • Development of Monomaterial Flexible Packaging to Replace Multilayer Systems
      • Complications of Multilayer Structures
      • Replacement of Multilayer Structures with Mono-material Systems
      • Incorporation of Compatibilizers or Coupling Agents to Facilitate Mechanical Recycling
    • Development of Recyclable Barrier Systems and Barrier Coatings and Adhesives to Replace Polymer Layers
    • Improved Shelf-Life Systems
  • Chemical, Advanced or Molecular Recycling
    • Rankings for Chemical Recycling and Related Processes
      • Development of Non-Mechanical Recycling and Recovery Processes
      • Development of Chemical Recycling Processes for Depolymerizing Packaging Polymers back to Monomers
      • Depolymerization Processes for Polyesters
      • BP Infinia Consortium
    • Depolymerization Process for Polyamides
    • Depolymerization Processes for Polystyrene to Styrene Monomer
    • Other Chemical Recycling Ratings
      • Chemical Recovery Systems for Waste-to-Syngas, Waste-to-Platform Chemicals, Waste-to-Downstream Hydrocarbons, Waste-to-Liquid-Fuels, and Waste-to-Energy
      • Plastic Waste Conversion to Syngas, Naphtha, Synthetic Oils and Waxes, Liquid Fuels and Energy
      • Plastic Waste Conversion to Downstream Chemicals
    • Smaller-Scale Distributed Gasification and Pyrolysis Units for Plastic Waste
    • Other Chemical Recycling Systems
    • Microbiological and Enzymatic Recycling
    • Solvent-based recycling systems
    • Selective Extraction Processes
      • Concerns about Chemical Recycling
  • Government Roles
    • Government Regulations, and Packaging Bans and Taxes
    • Rationalization of the Recycling and Reclamation Industry
    • European Union and UK Plastic Taxes
    • California Proposed Plastics Packaging Tax and Other US Developments
    • EU and UK Circular Economy Packages and European Green Deal
    • Ocean Plastics Pollution and Packaging Bans and Taxes
    • Traceability and Resource Recovery Information
    • United Nations Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal
  • Industry Roles
    • Environmental Analysis Methodologies
      • Life Cycle Assessment
    • Investment and Involvement by Major Petrochemical Companies
    • Industry Initiatives including Brand Commitments to Recycled Content, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and National Plastic Pacts
    • GreenBlue Recycled Materials Standard
    • Ellen MacArthur Foundation Goals for a Circular Economy
    • National Plastics Pacts and Other Organizations
      • National Plastics Pacts
      • Plastics Industry Recycling Action Plan (PIRAP)
      • Alliance to End Plastic Waste
  • Evolution and Effect of Public Opinion

Addendum: Effect Of Covid-19 Pandemic On Plastic Packaging Recycling And Recovery

  • Introduction
  • Packaging Production
  • Supply chains and Just-in-Time Manufacturing Systems
  • Packaging Design and Use
  • Single-Use and Flexible Packaging
  • Impact on Recycling and Waste Management
    • MRF Operations

Plastics Packaging Recycling and Recovery Forecasts to 2030

  • Overview
  • Outlook for Packaging Recycling and Recovery to 2030
  • Recycling and Recovery Technologies
  • Chemical, Advanced and Molecular Recycling
  • Improved Mechanical Recycling Processes and Infrastructure
  • Improved Materials and Packaging Designs and Design for Recyclability
  • Government Roles
  • Industry-Related Roles and Development
  • Evolution and Effect of Public Opinion
  • Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Plastic Packaging Recycling and Recovery

LIST OF FIGURES

  • FIGURE 3.1 - End-of-life or end-of-cycle hierarchy for plastic packaging waste
  • FIGURE 3.1 - Partners in the HolyGrail Project
  • FIGURE 3.2 - Cadel De-Inking Process
  • FIGURE 3.3 - World Consumer Flexible Packaging Consumption by Application
  • FIGURE 3.4 - World Consumer Flexible Packaging Consumption by Material
  • FIGURE 3.5 - Circular Economy for Flexible Packaging Project
  • FIGURE 3.6 - Generic Structure of Multilayer Flexible Barrier Packaging
  • FIGURE 3.7 - Example of Dow "How2Recycle" Monomaterial Structure
  • FIGURE 3.8 - Examples of Recyclable Dow Monomaterial Pouch Structures
  • FIGURE 3.9 - Recyclable Monomaterial High Oxygen-Barrier PE Standup Pouch
  • FIGURE 3.10 - Mode of Action of Dow Retain Compatibilizer for EVOH Barrier Layer
  • FIGURE 3.11 - Dow Compatibilizer Systems for Recycling
  • FIGURE 3.12 - Compatibilizer Technology Developed by DuPont
  • FIGURE 3.13 - Dow Compatibilizer Products
  • FIGURE 3.14 - Sun Chemical SUNBAR Oxygen Barrier Coating
  • FIGURE 3.15 - Sun Chemical (DIC) PASLIM Barrier Adhesive
  • FIGURE 3.16 - Eastman Chemical Methanolysis Process
  • FIGURE 3.17 - Eastman Chemical Glycolysis and Methanolysis Processes
  • FIGURE 3.18 - BHET: bis (2-hydroxyethyl)terephthalate
  • FIGURE 3.19 - SABIC Elcrin iQ PBT Process
  • FIGURE 3.20 - Circularity of Polystyrene Using Chemical Recycling
  • FIGURE 3.21 - Alter NRG Plasma Gasification Process
  • FIGURE 3.22 - Enerkem Fluidized Bed Gasification Process
  • FIGURE 3.23 - Eastman Carbon Renewal Technology
  • FIGURE 3.24 - Eastman Carbon Renewal Technology
  • FIGURE 3.25 - Potential Products from the LanzaTech Gaseous Fermentation Process
  • FIGURE 3.26 - Enval Process for Recycling Plastic/Aluminate Laminates
  • FIGURE 3.27 - Enval Process for Recycling Plastic/Aluminate Laminates
  • FIGURE 3.28 - Recycling Technologies Process Flow Diagram
  • FIGURE 3.29 - Chain Length Distribution of Hydrocarbon Products from the Recycling Technologies Process
  • FIGURE 3.30 - BioCellection Process Flow Diagram for Dibasic Acids
  • FIGURE 3.31 - Saperatec Multilayer Packaging Delamination Process
  • FIGURE 3.32 - CreaSolv® Selective Solvent Extraction Recycling Process
  • FIGURE 3.33 - Process Equipment for Producing Food-Grade rPP
  • FIGURE 3.34 - Cradle-to-Cradle Life Cycle Assessment

LIST OF TABLES

  • TABLE 0.1 - Ranking of Top 25 Potential Disruptive Technologies, Advances, Factors Developments and Trends for Plastics Packaging Recycling and Recovery to 2030
  • TABLE 1.1 - Plastic Packaging Recycling & Recovery Disruptive Technologies, Advances, Factors, Developments and Trends Ranking Form
  • TABLE 1.2 - Ranking of Top 25 Potential Disruptive Technologies, Trends, Developments and Factors for Plastics Packaging Recycling and Recovery to 2030
  • TABLE 3.1 - APR Plastics Packaging Recyclability Design Guide Categories
  • TABLE 3.2 - Summary of flexible packaging advantages and disadvantages