DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Technological Advancements Enabling Plastics Recycling” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This research report provides information on various recycling technologies and assess the capabilites of each technology. This research service covers different recycling technologies such as mechanical, chemical, biological, and chemical with more emphasis on the emerging technology trends and developments in chemical and biological recycling technologies.
This research service also provides a comprehensive overview of key stakeholders in the polymer recycling technology development space, and the technology readiness level for acceptance of each of the technology in a wide range of end-use industries in the near future.
Various strategies opted by stakeholders such as technology licensing, mergers and acquisitions are also highlighted along with details on recent funding for the development and commercialization of recycling technologies. The study also highlights the initiatives taken by stakeholders and researchers in the polymer recycling technology domain for development of recycled polymers with virgin polymer-like properties, which can be used in a wide range of industrial applications.
- Agilyx, Inc.
- Aquafil Engineering
- Carbon Conversions, Inc.
- CuRe Technology
- Eastman Chemical Company, USA
- Ioniqa Technologies B.V
- Jeplan, Inc.
- Polystyvert Inc.
- PureCycle Technologies
- Tyromer Inc.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Polymer Recycling: Landscape Analysis
2.1 Need of Polymer Recycling
2.2 Factors Driving Efforts on Polymer Recycling
2.3 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act is Expected to Boost Recycling Activities in North America
2.4 European Green Deal Aiming to Make Europe a Carbon Neutral Region
2.5 China and Japan are Focusing on Implementing Polymer Recycling in Next Five Years
2.6 Integration of Digital Technologies can Boost Efficiency of Polymer Recycling
2.7 Integration of Digital Technologies is Still Emerging Across the Recycling Process
2.8 Increasing Initiatives by Industry Participants to Incorporate Recycled Content in Their Portfolio Fuel Recycling Activities and Technology Development
2.9 Current Challenges for Polymer Recycling Technologies
2.10 Impact Of Covid-19 On Polymer Recycling – Moderate To Severe Impact
2.11 Key Recycling Technologies
3. Technology Assessment: Mechanical Recycling
4. Technology Assessment: Chemical Recycling
4.1 Chemical Recycling is Attractive for Reducing Waste from Multiple Sources
4.2 Process Flow for Chemical Recycling Technologies
4.3 Conventional Pyrolysis is the Most Widely Adopted Chemical Recycling Technology
4.4 Plasma Pyrolysis can Recycle all Types of Waste Polymers but is Highly Energy Intensive
4.5 Catalytic Pyrolysis is an Energy Saving Process Compared to Conventional Pyrolysis
4.6 Solvent-based Process is Considered Attractive as it Requires Less Energy and Produces Less Carbon Dioxide
4.7 Thermo-oxidative Process is Still in Early Stages of Commercialization
4.8 Conventional Pyrolysis, Catalytic Pyrolysis and Solvent Based Processes to Gain Momentum in the Near Future
4.9 Tyromer Inc.
4.10 Carbon Conversions, Inc.
4.11 Polystyvert Inc.
4.12 Ioniqa Technologies B.V
4.13 Agilyx, Inc.
4.14 Solvent Dissolution Process Can Effectively Recycle High-performance Polymers
4.15 Vartega’s Recycling Process can Deliver Consistent Quality Polymers for Multiple Recycling Cycles
4.16 Catalytic Hydrogenolysis Process For Recycling Of Consumer Packaging Waste by Iowa State University, USA
4.17 Microwave Assisted Catalytic Process Can Deliver High Performance Polymers by University of Cambridge, UK
4.18 Madreperla’s Thermal Cracking Process Can Yield 98% Pure Mma Monomars
4.19 Aquafil Engineering’s Depolymerization Process can Recycle all Types of Polyamides and Their Mixtures
4.20 Carbon Renewal Technology Can Revolutionize Recycling at Molecular Level – Eastman Chemical Company, USA
5. Technology Assessment: Biological Recycling
5.1 Biological Recycling Is An Emerging Technological Pathway For Reducing Of Plastic Waste And Greenhouse Gas Emissions
5.2 Enzymatic Recycling Has High Adoption Potential Compared To Micro – Organisms-based Recycling
5.3 Carbios’s Enzymatic Process Recycles Plastics To Infinity By Returning To The Original Monomers
5.4 Bioaugmentation Process can Successfully Recycle LDPE in Consumer Packaging
5.5 Researchers in Europe Have Successfully Identified The Microorganisms For Biological Recycling Of Wide Range Of Polymers
5.6 MHETase Enzyme Can Successfully Recycle Various Waste Polymers
5.7 European Commission is Encouraging Research on Enzymatic Recycling
6. Technology Assessment: Combination Recycling
6.1 Combination Recycling Technologies Is The Sandwich Pathway For Reducing Waste
6.1 CuRe Technology
6.2 Jeplan, Inc.
6.3 PureCycle Technologies Recycling Process Can Remove Virtually All Containments At Molecular Level
6.4 Mobius’s Combination Process Recycles PU To Infinity By Returning To The Original Monomers
6.5 Monomeros’s Technology is Used for Recycling and Upcycling of PMMA
6.6 Fraunhofer Institute IVV’s Combination Process Can Be Leveraged For The Effective Recycling Of Wide Range Of Polymers
7. Innovation Indicators
7.1 Growing Focus On Chemical And Biological Recycling
7.2 Steady Increase in Patent Activities Across the Globe
7.3 Solvent Based And Catalytic Recycling Lead in Patent Filing Trends
7.4 Enzymatic Recycling Is Gaining Focus in IP Landscape
7.5 Chemical Recycling is of Focus for Funding and Investment Activities
7.6 Acquisition is a key Strategy Opted By Stakeholders
7.7 Technology Licensing and Increase in R&D Efforts Witnessed Across the Globe
8. Growth Opportunities
8.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Solvent-based Technology for Polymer Recycling
8.2 Growth Opportunity 2: Combination Technology for Polymer Recycling
10. Key Contacts
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