Events bioplastics MAGAZINE presents After the great success of the first bio!TOY conference on toys made from biobased plastics in Nuremberg, Germany in 2019, bioplastics MAGAZINE and narocon now invite for the second edition. bio!TOY is the must-attend conference for everyone interested in toys responsibly made from renewable resources. The conference offers high class presentations from top individuals from raw material providers as well as from toy brand owners already using biobased plastics. The unique event (hybrid, i.e. on-site and online) also offers excellent networking opportunities along with a table top exhibition. Please find below the preliminary programme. Find more details and register at the conference website. www.bio-toy.info & ® Why bio!TOY:Conference on toys made from biobased plastics Plastic is by far the most commonly used material for toys. Yet widespread criticism of plastics has also left its impact on the toy industry. Major toy manufacturers such as Lego and Mattel have already announced plans to transition in the future to non-fossil-based materials. Important new development goals include, next to significantly lower CO 2 emissions, increasing the use of recyclable, recycled and renewable raw materials. That’s why bioplastics MAGAZINE together with narocon (Harald Kaeb) and supported by the German Toy Industry Association DVSI, Spielwarenmesse and the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture are now inviting businesses and media to the second edition of the unique bio!TOY conference. Manufacturers of sustainable plastics and toy manufacturers will once again come together to share experiences, exchange information and build new connections. Planned as an in-person event, digital participation will also be offered. More than 20 presentations with focus on suitable materials, application examples and user experiences. In addition experts will give background information on regulations, policy and funding opportunities. The conference will be accompanied by a table-top exhibition of business and technology leaders. The preliminary programme below will constantly be amended and updated on the website. Preliminary Programme - bio!PAC: Conference on Biobased Packaging narocon, Harald Kaeb (subject to changes, visit www.bio-toy.info for updates) Toys Go Bio. A Perfect Match. DVSI (German Toy Industry Association), Ulrich Brobeil The German Toy Association: Opening Remarks Spielwarenmesse, Christian Ulrich Goals and Actions of the Central platform of the TOY Industries Lego, Nelleke van der Puil Lego's vision and achievements for sustainable toys Neste, Elisabet Sjölund Neste's renewable and circular approach: Keeping plastics in play sustainably VCI (German chemical industry association), Jörg Rothermel Climate-neutral chemistry and plastics: Study for Germany ColorFabb, Ruud Rouleaux PHA materials design and application development for IM and AM AIJU, Suny Martínez TOY GREEN DEAL: A bio-path towards a sustainable model Dantoy, Marck Hojbjerg Dantoys vision and portfolio of sustainable toys Mattel, Jason Kroskrity Mattel's vision and portfolio of sustainable toys FKUR, Patrick Zimmermann Sustainability and toys - a logical step or a contradiction Renewable Carbon Initiative, Christopher vom Berg What does the Renewable Carbon concept mean for the Bio-Toy Industry eKoala, Beatrice Radaelli The (im)possibilities of bioplastic in the world of baby products Lignin Industries, Thomas Roulin Lignin transformed into a thermoplastic material that results to be an unique solution for ABS products Total-Corbion, Francois de Bie (t.b.c. Sustainable and innovative biobased solutions for the toy industry (t.b.c.) INEOS Styrolution, Sven Riechers Styrenics Solutions for Toys - biobased & recycled Diez Office, Stefan Diez (t.b.c.) Essentials and Practices for Sustainable Design (t.b.c.) Tecnaro, Helmut Nägele (t.b.c.) Raw material shift in the plastics industry – Children’s toys made from tailormade blends (t.b.c.) Trinseo, Pascal Lakeman Designed for the future – Trinseo’s Next Step in Sustainable Innovation comfoam Germany, Keiko Matsumoto PLA faux fur for plush toys BASF, Herbert Morgenstern New Plasticizers based on alternative raw materials Arctic Biomaterials, Marko Manu Biobased material alternatives for Toys 10 bioplastics MAGAZINE [03/21] Vol. 16
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