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Imprint Content 34 Porsche launches cars with biocomposites 32 Bacteriostatic PLA compound for 3D printingz Sep/Oct 05|2021 3 Editorial 5 News 26 Application News 52 10 years ago 53 Brand-Owner 54 Suppliers Guide 58 Companies in this issue Publisher / Editorial Dr. Michael Thielen (MT) Alex Thielen (AT) Samuel Brangenberg (SB) Head Office Polymedia Publisher GmbH Dammer Str. 112 41066 Mönchengladbach, Germany phone: +49 (0)2161 6884469 fax: +49 (0)2161 6884468 info@bioplasticsmagazine.com www.bioplasticsmagazine.com Media Adviser Samsales (German language) phone: +49(0)2161-6884467 fax: +49(0)2161 6884468 sb@bioplasticsmagazine.com Michael Thielen (English Language) (see head office) Layout/Production Kerstin Neumeister Conference Review 8 Second bio!TOY recap and highlights 12 PHA World Congress Events 14 bio!PAC 32 15th Global Bioplastics Award Fibres textiles 16 Environmentally friendly textile treatments 17 High-performance, biobased and compostable yarns 18 First fabric created using recycled carbon emissions 20 Project AlgaeTex 21 Green2Black - biobased acrylonitrile 22 Targeted control of the biodegradability 24 False-twist texturing of pure PLA and bio-dyed PLA fibres 26 Nonwoven plant nursery bags Biocomposites 34 Qualifying FDCA for thermoset applications 37 Self reinforced PLA based on stereocomplex fibers 38 Fire-resistant and bio-based 38 Automotive composites from banana bast fibres 42 Solutions made from renewable materials 44 Bio-based semi-finished SMC products Processing 48 Waste wood flour plus bioplastics Additives / Masterbatch 49 100 years of colours – 10 years bio – 100 % climate neutral Basics 50 CO 2 based plastics Print Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala Ltd. 1004 Riga, Latvia bioplastics MAGAZINE is printed on chlorine-free FSC certified paper. Print run: 3300 copies bioplastics magazine Volume 16 - 2021 ISSN 1862-5258 bM is published 6 times a year. This publication is sent to qualified subscribers (169 Euro for 6 issues). bioplastics MAGAZINE is read in 92 countries. Every effort is made to verify all Information published, but Polymedia Publisher cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions or for any losses that may arise as a result. All articles appearing in bioplastics MAGAZINE, or on the website www.bioplasticsmagazine.com are strictly covered by copyright. No part of this publication may be reproduced, copied, scanned, photographed and/or stored in any form, including electronic format, without the prior consent of the publisher. Opinions expressed in articles do not necessarily reflect those of Polymedia Publisher. bioplastics MAGAZINE welcomes contributions for publication. Submissions are accepted on the basis of full assignment of copyright to Polymedia Publisher GmbH unless otherwise agreed in advance and in writing. We reserve the right to edit items for reasons of space, clarity or legality. Please contact the editorial office via mt@bioplasticsmagazine.com. The fact that product names may not be identified in our editorial as trade marks is not an indication that such names are not registered trade marks. bioplastics MAGAZINE tries to use British spelling. However, in articles based on information from the USA, American spelling may also be used. Envelopes A part of this print run is mailed to the readers wrapped bioplastic envelopes sponsored by Minima Technology, Taiwan Cover Viking Toys Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/bioplasticsmag Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bioplasticsmagazine

Total Corbion PLA 100kT milestone Total Corbion PLA’s plant in Rayong Thailand has, since its grand opening in 2019, earlier this summer reached a cumulative production volume of 100kT of Luminy PLA. The plant is now running at nameplate capacity in order to meet the ever-growing demand for PLA bioplastics. At the end of their useful life, PLA products can be mechanically or chemically recycled. The biodegradable and compostable functionalities of PLA make it the material of choice for a wide range of markets and applications, including fresh fruit packaging, food service ware, durable consumer goods, toys, and 3D printing. Total Corbion PLA opened their first PLA plant, with 75kTpa capacity, in Rayong, Thailand in 2019. Since that time, they have also announced their intention to build a second PLA plant with 100kTpa capacity in Grandpuits, France which will be the first of its kind in Europe. Simon Goldney, Plant Director at Total Corbion PLA, is proud of the achievement: “As with any new plant, the ramp-up phase is critical to reaching full capacity production, and we are extremely proud that our dedicated and passionate team in Thailand have reached this important milestone of 100kT cumulative PLA production.” François de Bie, Senior Marketing & Supply Chain Director at Total Corbion PLA recognizes the need for PLA bioplastics in the market: “We see a rapidly increasing demand from our customers and partners, whether that be supplying existing supply chains or seeding and supporting new development projects. We’ll be striving towards achieving the next 100kT in an even shorter timeframe and continuing to enable the circular economy even further.” MT www.total-corbion.com Twelve and LanzaTech to produce polypropylene from CO 2 emissions Twelve’s carbon transformation technology converts CO 2 into materials that have up until now, mainly been made from fossil fuels. The company (headquartered in Berkely, California, USA) helps brands eliminate emissions by replacing the petrochemicals in their products and supply chains with CO 2 made carbon-negative chemicals and materials, as well as carbon-neutral fuels. LanzaTech’s (headquartered in Skokie, Illinois, USA) carbon recycling Pollution To Products technology uses nature-based solutions to produce ethanol and other materials from waste carbon sources. The partnership will bring together the two platform technologies to enable additional product development from CO 2 streams, representing just one of many pathways to scale carbon transformation solutions. “Polypropylene is a key material for essential medical supplies and for many products we rely on in our daily lives. Today, 100 % of new polypropylene in use worldwide is made from petrochemicals. We now have a way to produce this critical material from CO 2 and water instead of from fossil fuels, with no tradeoffs in quality, efficacy, or performance. Replacing all of the world’s fossil polypropylene production with CO 2 made polypropylene would reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 700 million tonnes per year or more,” said Twelve Chief Science Officer, Etosha Cave. “By harnessing biology, we can leverage the power of nature to solve a very modern problem. The overabundance of CO 2 in our atmosphere has pushed our planet into a state of emergency. We need all carbon transformation solutions to turn this liability into an opportunity, keeping fossil resources in the ground, and our climate safe for everyone,” said LanzaTech CEO, Jennifer Holmgren. To pursue the partnership, Twelve and LanzaTech have been awarded a USD 200,000 grant from Impact Squared, a USD 1.1 million fund that was designed and launched by British universal bank Barclays and Unreasonable, a catalytic platform for entrepreneurs tackling some of the world’s most pressing challenges. With the Impact Squared grant, Twelve and LanzaTech are taking a collaborative approach to reduce the fossil fuel impact of essential products.” MT www.twelve.co www.lanzatech.com News daily updated News at www.bioplasticsmagazine.com Picks & clicks Most frequently clicked news Here’s a look at our most popular online content of the past two months. The story that got the most clicks from the visitors to bioplasticsmagazine.com was: https://tinyurl.com/news-20210810 New generation of biobased polyesters for durable products (10 August 2021) To enable the introduction of biobased polyesters into the high-performance applications sector, such as automotive and electronics, Wageningen Food & Biobased Research is developing a new generation of biobased polymers using the isoidide molecule. Using Archer Daniels Midland’s rigid starch-based molecule called isoide, they are developing a new generation of polymer materials that can be used not only in BPA(Bisphenol A)-free packaging but also in engineering applications such as automotive and electronics. bioplastics MAGAZINE [05/21] Vol. 16 5

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