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Imprint Content Nov / Dec 06|2022 Project 16 EU Open Innovation Test Bed (BIOMAC) Recycling 18 Adhesives: A problem and solution in a circular economy 20 Cobalt-based catalysts for chemical plastic recycling From Science & Research 22 Enzymes to boost plastic sustainability 23 Steel mill gases transformed into Bioplastic Feedstock 24 Cyanobacteria 101 26 World’s largest CO 2 -to-methanol plant starts production Materials 42 New glass fibre reinforced biopolymer compounds 43 Amorphous PHA meets PLA 3 Editorial 5 News 8 Events 50 Application News 53 Basics 56 10 years ago 58 Glossary 62 Suppliers Guide 66 Companies in this issue Applications 27 R&D solution to tackle plastic waste for nurseries 28 First stroller portfolio made with biobased materials 29 Cove PHA bottles hit the market 30 Work and relax in an Organic Shell 32 Bacteria help make music more sustainable K-Review 34 K-Review Films 40 Biodegradable packaging from marine algae polymers Report / Opinion 44 Test to fail or fail to test? Consumer Electronics 48 Biobased PA 6.10 for robot vacuum cleaner Publisher / Editorial Dr Michael Thielen (MT) Alex Thielen (AT) Samuel Brangenberg (SB) Head Office Polymedia Publisher GmbH Hackesstr. 99 41066 Mönchengladbach, Germany phone: +49 (0)2161 664864 fax: +49 (0)2161 631045 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 Philipp Thielen Print Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala Ltd. 1004 Riga, Latvia bioplastics MAGAZINE is printed on chlorine-free FSC certified paper. bioplastics MAGAZINE Volume 17 - 2022 ISSN 1862-5258 bM is published 6 times a year. This publication is sent to qualified subscribers (179 Euro for 6 issues). bioplastics MAGAZINE is read in 100 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 trademarks is not an indication that such names are not registered trademarks. 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 Sidaplax/Plastic Suppliers Belgium/USA). Cover DUH Field test (Photo: Philipp Thielen) @BIOPLASTICSMAG @BIOPLASTICSMAGAZINE

NatureWorks new facility in Thailand NatureWorks (Plymouth, MN, USA) the world’s leading manufacturer of low-carbon polylactic acid (PLA) biopolymers made from renewable resources, has selected TTCL Public Company Limited (Bangkok, Thailand) as the general contractor for procurement, construction, commissioning, and startup support services for their new Ingeo PLA manufacturing complex in Thailand. The new facility is designed to be fully integrated and will include production of lactic acid, lactide, and polymer. Located on the Nakhon Sawan Biocomplex (NBC) in Nakhon Sawan Province, the manufacturing site will have an annual capacity of 75,000 tonnes of Ingeo biopolymer and will produce the full portfolio of Ingeo grades. In June 2022, site preparation for the new manufacturing facility at the NBC was completed and NatureWorks signed an agreement with Sino Thai Engineering and Construction PCL (Bangkok, Thailand) to begin early-works construction for piling, underground piping, stormwater management, and tank foundations. Currently underway, the early-works construction progress keeps the completion of the facility on schedule for the second half of 2024. “We are pleased to see the continued progress on the construction of our second Ingeo manufacturing complex that will help us address the increasing global market demand for sustainable materials”, said Steve Bray, VP of Operations at NatureWorks. “With the selection of TTCL as our general contractor, we are looking forward to leveraging their expertise in executing large, highly technical capital projects in Thailand”. NatureWorks expects to hold a cornerstone laying ceremony to honour the progress of site construction in February 2023. MT www.natureworksllc.com Neste, Idemitsu Kosan, CHIMEI Corporation, and Mitsubishi Corporation join forces Neste (Espoo, Finland) Idemitsu Kosan (Tokyo, Japan), CHIMEI (Tainan City, Taiwan), and Mitsubishi Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) have agreed to build a renewable plastics supply chain utilizing biobased hydrocarbons (Neste RE ) for the production of styrene monomer (i.e. bio-SM), and its mass balanced renewable plastics derivatives including acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (i.e. bio- ABS*). The bio-SM production in Japan and the renewable plastics production in Taiwan will mark the first of such production in each country, and they are planned to take place in the first half of 2023. Neste, the world’s leading producer of renewable and circular feedstock for the polymers and chemicals industry uses, will provide Neste RE to Idemitsu Kosan, the biggest SM manufacturer in Japan. For this collaboration, Neste RE is produced from 100 % biobased raw materials such as waste and residues and its use can significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions compared with conventional fossil feedstock use. Idemitsu Kosan will then produce bio-SM based on the mass balance method and supply it to Chimei, the biggest ABS manufacturer in the world for its renewable plastics production. Mitsubishi Corporation will be coordinating the collaboration between the value chain partners to develop the renewable products’ market. Through developing an even stronger partnership and closer collaboration than conventionally seen in plastics value chains, the companies are introducing new renewable contents into the value chain to enable plastic production where fossil feedstock has been replaced with renewable feedstock. With this, the companies are contributing to the plastics industry GHG emission reduction targets and the transition towards a low-carbon emission society. MT *) ABS resin is a thermoplastic polymer made from acrylonitrile, butadiene, and styrene monomer, and given its properties of impact resistance, toughness, and rigidity, it is used across different sectors which include automobile, electronics, and toys. www.neste.com | www.chimeicorp.com www.idemitsu.com/en | www.mitsubishicorp.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: tinyurl.com/news-20220927 Interzero to supply Eastman planned molecular recycling facility in France with PET waste (27 September 2022) Interzero (Cologne, Germany) and Eastman (Kingsport, TN, USA) recently announced a long-term supply agreement for Eastman’s previously announced molecular recycling facility in Normandy, France. Interzero will provide up to 20,000 tonnes per year of hard-to-recycle PET household packaging waste that would otherwise be incinerated. bioplastics MAGAZINE [06/22] Vol. 17 5

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