Last modified: 2020-03-02 11:00:00
To solve the environmental pollution problems caused by waste plastics and to reduce CO2 emissions and eliminate fossil resources in the chemical industry, it is necessary that societies focus on both, recycling and switching to alternative resources.
This session introduces strategic initiatives for the recycling of difficult-to-recycle plastics through chemical recycling, utilization of plant resources (such as bioplastics) and recycling of CO2 emissions. This session also presents a path forward for the plastic supply chain, towards 2050.
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|Hall G, Day 3|
|(9:10–10:40) (Chair: |
|G302||[Invited lecture] Post consumed plastic recycle and gasification technology||plastic|
|G304||[Invited lecture] Plastic Feedstock Production from CO2||Hydrogen|
|(10:40–12:00) (Chair: |
|G306||[Invited lecture] Is plastics pollution source or solution? - Bioplastics business of Mitsubishi Chemical -||biobased plastics|
|G308||[Invited lecture] How to use plastics in the sustainable society||plastic|