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Conference Series LLC Ltd invites you to attend the International Conference on Polymer Waste- Biopolymers & Bioplastics going to be held on September 25-26, 2019 at Toronto, Canada. The main theme of the conference is " Reduce Reuse Recycle of Polymers in day to day life"
Polymer- Biopolymers 2019 International Conference is an attempt to explore the various ways to utilize natural resources for betterment of the future, promising a better tomorrow for the progeny and a better vision for the springing research. Polymers and Biopolymers conferences is anticipated to be one the best scientific conferences in USA. The scientific sessions of this International Conference on Polymer Waste and Biopolymers conferences has been designed on vivacious topics such as Polymer Recycle and Polymer Waste Management, Biodegradable Plastics Applications, Green Composites in Biopolymers. Polymer Waste conferences is consisting of well-organized scientific program and effervescent speeches by the expertise. Conference Series LLC Ltd Organizes 300+ Conferences, 500+ Workshops and 200+ Symposiums Every Year on Pharma, Medicine, Science and Technology across USA, Europe & Asia (conference series) with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 400+ Open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members. Conference Series Ltd conferences always encourage the young researchers and students to share their excitement and enthusiasm with world class expertise.
Why to attend???
Polymer-Biopolymers 2019 is an event delivering the concept of biobased world across the globe. In the present world where the use of conventional plastics, the consequences of plastic products use and the waste management of these products when they become waste, is a current and pressing issue. Concerns focus on the potential impact of conventional plastics they cause to the environment.
- Eminent Scientists of biopolymers and bioplastics
- Chemical engineering Research Professors
- Junior/Senior research fellows of biomaterials and bio products
- CEO's of biopolymers companies
- Members of different physics associations of Biopolymers and bioplastics
- Biopolymers doctorates
Details About Biopolymers and Bioplastics Conference 2018:
|Polymer Waste- Biopolymers and Bioplastics 2019||Toronto, Canada||September 25-26, 2019|
Track 1: Polymer Waste
Polymer recycling is a way to reduce environmental problems caused by polymeric waste accumulation generated from day-to-day applications of polymer materials such packaging and construction. The recycling of polymeric waste helps to conserve natural resource because the most of polymer materials are made from oil and gas. One of the useful properties of polymers is that they are unreactive, so they are suitable for storing food and chemicals safely. Unfortunately, this property makes it difficult to dispose of polymers. They are often buried in landfill sites or incinerated - burned.
Plastics have become widely used materials in everyday life due to their special properties such as durability, easy processing, lightweight nature, and low cost of production. However, because of their stable and nonbiodegradable nature, postconsumer plastics become an issue to the environment. The growing amounts of waste are generated, as plastic products are commonly used only once before disposal. The alternatives of practical techniques for solid waste management are redesign, reprocessing, and recycling. Thus, even recycling is not the most profitable technique for the treatment of plastic waste, and it should be constantly developed. The recycling of plastic waste helps to conserve natural resources due to polymeric materials being made from oil and gas. There are four main recycling methods: reuse, mechanical recycling, chemical recycling, and energy recovery. Mechanical recycling turns polymeric waste into new polymer products when energy recovery process releases the energy contained within plastics through combustion and chemical recycling converts waste polymers into feedstock for chemicals/monomers/fuels production.
Track 2: Polymer Waste Management
Increasing volumes of synthetic polymers are manufactured for various applications. The disposal of the used materials is becoming a serious problem. Unlike natural polymers, most synthetic macromolecules cannot be assimilated by microorganisms. Although polymers represent slightly over 10% of total municipal waste, the problem of nonbiodegradability is highlighted by overflowing landfills, polluted marine waters, and unsightly litter. Existing government regulations in Europe and anticipated regulations in the United States will greatly limit the use of polymers in large volume applications (packaging, water treatment, paper and textile sizing, etc.) unless acceptable means of waste management are available. Total management of polymer wastes requires complementary combinations of biodegradation, incineration, and recycling. Biodegradation is the most desirable long-term future solution and requires intensive research and development before it becomes practical. On the other hand, incineration and recycling can become operational in a relatively short time for the improvement of the situation at present and in the near future.
Polymer- Biopolymers 2019
Theme: Reduce Reuse Recycle of Polymers in day to day life
Polymers have become widely used materials in everyday life due to their special properties such as durability, easy processing, lightweight nature, and low cost of production. However, because of their stable and non-biodegradable nature, postconsumer plastics become an issue to the environment. The growing amounts of waste are generated, as polymer products are commonly used only once before disposal. The alternatives of practical techniques for solid waste management are redesign, reprocessing, and recycling. Thus, even recycling is not the most profitable technique for the treatment of plastic waste, and it should be constantly developed. The recycling of polymer waste helps to conserve natural resources due to polymeric materials being made from oil and gas. There are four main recycling methods: reuse, mechanical recycling, chemical recycling, and energy recovery. Mechanical recycling turns polymeric waste into new polymer products when energy recovery process releases the energy contained within plastics through combustion and chemical recycling converts waste polymers into feedstock for chemicals/monomers/fuels production.
Polymer conferences and Polymer- Biopolymers 2019 is an event delivering the concept of polymer recycling and waste management. In the present world where the use of conventional plastics, the consequences of plastic products use and the waste management of these products when they become waste, is a current and pressing issue. Concerns focus on the potential impact of conventional plastics they cause to the environment.
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Importance & Scope:
Polymers are high weight molecules made of reposted chemical units called monomer. The property and quality of polymer depends upon the interaction bonds, additives, and length of polymer chain. Polymers are natural, as well as synthetic in nature. Natural polymers are DNA and proteins that are fundamental to biological structure. Synthetic polymers are manufactured by polymerization of many small molecules. Polymers can be classified as organic, inorganic and hybrid polymers. On the basis of type, the global polymer market is classified into thermosetting, elastomers, and thermoplastics. Among the various types, the thermosetting segment dominated the global polymer market.
Biopolymers can be sustainable, carbon neutral and are always renewable, because they are made from plant materials which can be grown indefinitely. These plant materials come from agricultural non food crops. Therefore, the use of biopolymers would create a sustainable industry. In contrast, the feedstocks for polymers derived from petrochemicals will eventually deplete. In addition, biopolymers have the potential to cut carbon emissions and reduce CO2 quantities in the atmosphere: this is because the CO2 released when they degrade can be reabsorbed by crops grown to replace them: this makes them close to carbon neutral. Biopolymers are biodegradable, and some are also compostable. Some biopolymers are biodegradable: they are broken down into CO2 and water by microorganisms. Some of these biodegradable biopolymers are compostable: they can be put into an industrial composting process and will break down by 90% within six months. Biopolymers that do this can be marked with a 'compostable' symbol, under European Standard EN 13432 (2000).Many types of packaging can be made from biopolymers: food trays, blown starch pellets for shipping fragile goods, thin films for wrapping.
The United States has consistently been the largest producer of plastic and the synthetic plastic market is engrained in the United States and world economy, but now the focus has been shifted to Bioplastics as plastics are having many adverse effects. The bioplastics market is miniscule in comparison to the plastics marketplace; however, bioplastics are gaining in capital and popularity. North America is the biggest market for biopolymers, consuming more than one-third of the total global demand for biopolymers.
Many institutions and departments in United States are encouraging the research for bioplastics. Departments such as Department of Defense (DOD), National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institute of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) , Department of Energy (DOE), Northwestern University, University of Akron etc. are involved in the research for Biopolymers and Bioplastics.
Various companies like Dupont, Cereplast , Metabolix , Natureworks LLC etc. are now a part of USA and their product services are entirely based on Biodegradable Plastics i.e., Bioplastics.
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Why to attend???
Polymer- Biopolymers 2019 is an event delivering the concept of polymer recycle and polymer waste management. In the present world where the use of conventional plastics, the consequences of plastic products use and the waste management of these products when they become waste, is a current and pressing issue. Concerns focus on the potential impact of conventional plastics they cause to the environment.
Polymer Waste Management
Biopolymers and Bioplastics
Biodegradable Plastics Applications
Recycling and Waste Management of Biopolymers
Green Composites in Biopolymers
Recycling and Disposal of Polymers
Future and Scope of Biopolymers and Bioplastics
Biopolymers in Biomedical Applications
Biopolymers from Renewable Sources
Solid Waste Management of Polymers
Environmental impact of polymer-waste disposal
Major Associations around the Globe:
British Plastics Federation
European Council for Plasticizers and Intermediates
American Coatings Association
American Chemical Society (Division of Polymer Chemistry)
American Physical Society Division of Polymer Physics (APS DPOLY)
Polymer Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI Polymer Division)
Belgian Polymer Group (BPG)
Brazilian Polymer Association
European Polymer Federation
Bioenvironmental Polymer Society
Eminent Scientists of biopolymers and bioplastics
Chemical engineering Research Professors
Junior/Senior research fellows of biomaterials and bioproducts
CEO’s of biopolymers companies
Members of different physics associations of Biopolymers and bioplastics
Top Universities in USA:
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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Polymer- Biopolymers Market Analysis:
The global polymer industry experienced robust growth over the last five years, and is expected to grow during forecast period. The demand for polymers is driven by the growth in end-user market, increasing plastic consumption, and increasing demand for essential light weight and significant low cost materials, as compared to its alternative. The application segment in the global polymer market includes industrial sectors, such as horticulture, consumer goods, packaging, building & construction, medical, packaging, automotive, transportation, food industry, and electronics and communication. Polymers are replacing metals, glass, paper and other traditional materials in various applications, due to their strength, design flexibility, along with low cost. The increasing applications of polyethylene in automotive and packaging industry, increasing dependency on PVC in bottling of beverages, indicates that the polymer sector will witness more demand from these industries during forecast period. The main issue faced by the polymer market is to address the concern related to environmental issues, limited use as engineering materials, and the feedstock supply.
The polymer market is expected to grow at an exponential rate during the forecast period. In 2014, North America accounted for the major share in the global polymer market, followed by Asia-Pacific. Asia-Pacific is projected to be the fastest growing market for polymers during the forecast period. The economic growth in Asian countries has steered improvement in the buying power of individuals, thus contributing to the development of several industrial sectors. For instance, the electronics business in India and infrastructure industry in China is expected to witness robust growth during forecast period. India’s polymer market is oligopolistic in nature. Considering, the development in infrastructure, packaging, consumer goods sector, India could offer ample of opportunities for new entrants. As compared to the U.S., the per capita consumption of polymer in India and China is quite low, but it is increasing rapidly. The GCC polymer industry has achieved a remarkable growth in the polymer sector. Saudi Arabia accounted for major share within the polymer production in the region. The U.A.E is the second largest regional producer of polymer. The African market represents one of the least developed, but most opportunistic markets of polymers in world today.
The key strategies followed by companies in the industry include innovation and product development, and focus being on delivering solutions and value to customers. Some of the key players in the segment include Bayer AG, Dow Chemicals, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), Nylene Canada Inc., BASF SE, Exxon Mobil Corp., Lanxess, and China Petrochemical Corporation.
Biopolymers are polymeric biomolecules. Biopolymers contain monomeric units, which covalently bond to form larger structures. Based on monomeric units used and the structure of the biopolymer, there are three main classes of biopolymers namely polynucleotides (RNA and DNA), polypeptides and polysaccharides. These biopolymers are renewable, sustainable, carbon neutral, biodegradable, and compostable.
Increasing demand for bio-PE, bio-PET, and PLA is driving the product market of biopolymers to grow rapidly. Packaging industry is the prime application areas for biopolymers with maximum market share. Bottle industry is an emerging sector with fastest growth rate over the forecast period. Biodegradability, government interventions in green procurement policies, technological innovations are increasing the penetration of biopolymer in the application market.
North America is the leading market for biopolymers and accounted approximately one third of the market demand. U.S. is a high potential country, which is accelerating high growth in this region over the forecast period. Followed by North America region, Europe is growing owing to the industrial expansion. Investments from major players in this market resultant to growing demand, are driving the global biopolymer market growth. Leading players in this industry are NatureWorks LLC, Metabolix Inc., Braskem S.A., Meredian Inc., Indorama ventures Public Co. Ltd., Novamont S.P.A., Tianjin GreenBio Materials Co. Ltd., etc.
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Biopolymers and Bioplastics 2018 & Polymer Science 2018 has been successfully completed. We must thank all the attendees, Organizing Committee, Media partners and everyone else that helped to make this grand event.
We hope that you obtained the kind of advance technical information in the arena of Polymer Science and Engineering and Biopolymers and Bioplastics that you were seeking, and that your role in the field has been enhanced via your participation. We hope that you were able to take part in all the sessions and take advantage of the tremendous advancements in Polymer Science and Engineering & Biopolymers and Bioplastics that scientists are working with.
The meeting covered various sessions, in which the discussions included the scientific tracks:
- Polymer Material Science and Engineering
- Composite Polymeric Materials
- Polymer Science – The Next Generation
- Polymer Physics
- Polymer Chemistry
- Applications of Polymers
- Polymer Nanotechnology
- Polymer Degradation and Stabilization
- Polymers in Biotechnology, Medicine and Health
- Renewable Resources and Biopolymers
- Brand Owners and Retailers perspectives
- Biomaterials and Biopolymers
- Biopolymers and Polymers Applications
- Future and Scope for Biopolymers and
- Green Chemicals: Biopolymers and Bioplastics
- Biodegradable Polymers
- Biobased Thermosetting Polymers
- Plastic Pollution and Waste Management
- Polymers and Nanotechnology
- Biocomposite Materials
- Production and Commercialization
- Biopolymer Companies and Market
The Keynote presentations were given by:
- Saul Sanchez Valdes | Applied Chemistry Research Center (CIQA)| Mexico
- Bernabé L Rivas| University of Concepcion | Chile
- Rina Singh| Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO)| USA
Sessions on Day 1:
Polymer Material Science and Engineering | Biomaterials and Biopolymers | Polymer Science – The Next Generation
Session Chair: Ebru Gunister, Khalifa University of Science and Technology, UAE
Sessions on Day 2:
Biopolymer and Polymer Application | Polymer Chemistry | Biodegradable Polymers
Session Chair: Ari Rosling, Arctic Biomaterials LTD, Finland
Biopolymers and Bioplastics 2018 | Polymer Science 2018
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