Circular Polyolefins Outlook,

27 Jan, 2021

Webinar Details: 
 
Polyolefins dominate global plastics production because of their versatility. With the increased attention on plastic waste from the public, the polyolefins industry is facing many changes, not only from the regulation front, building better waste management practices and infrastructure but also in product design to meet sustainability & circularity demand.  The entire value chain needs to adapt to this new normal in working towards a more sustainable, circular future.

Global consumer trends are driving brand owners and the packaging industry to shift towards a more circular model.  Recently, LyondellBasell announced one of the most ambitious goals of the industry to produce and market two million metric tons of recycled and renewable-based polymers annually by 2030.

Repsol And Acteco Join Forces For Polyolefins Recycling.   www.chemengonline.com, 13/8/2020

With the assistance of SABIC, Unilever will introduce its Magnum ice cream pints range in new tubs and lids made with fully recyclable and recycled polypropylene plastic (rPP).  www.packaginginsights.com, 13/8/2020

Borealis launches a new portfolio of circular polyolefin products, produced with renewable feedstock derived entirely from waste and residue streams.  
www.bioplastics.com, 21/9/2020

Suez’s PE Recycling plant in Thailand aim to start up in early Dec 2020. The plant is designed to turn scrap plastic into circular polymers. It has an annual capacity to convert 30,000 tonnes of polyethylene film waste into high-quality secondary materials for the plastic processing industry.  
www.bangkokpost.com, 3/11/2020

CMT’s Webinar on Circular Polyolefins Outlook on 27 January 2021 at 1530 SGT (GMT+8) brings together players in the Polyolefins value chain to share insights on the development and trends moving forward.

Speakers:

•  Sanjeev Das, Global Packaging Director - Foods & Refreshment, Unilever

•  William Liu, Senior Consultant, Polyolefins, Wood Mackenzie

•  Arnold Wang, China Plastics Program Manager, Ellen MacArthur Foundation 

•  Jaycee Lim, Application Marketing Manager – PCES, Borouge Pte Ltd

•  David Bourge, GM, Suez Circular Polymer (Thailand) Co., Ltd

Moderator :

•  Norman Chua, Sustainability Director - Asia Region, Chevron Phillips Chemicals Asia


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Moderator

 

 

Norman Chua
Sustainability Director - Asia
Chevron Phillips Chemicals Asia Pte Ltd
     
 

Speakers

 

 

 

Sanjeev Das
Global Packaging Director
- Foods & Refreshment
Unilever

     
 
 

William Liu
Senior Consultant, Polyolefins
Wood Mackenzie

     
 
 

Arnold Wang
China Plastics Program Manager
Ellen MacArthur Foundation

     
 
 

Jaycee Lim
Application Marketing Manager – PCES
Borouge Pte Ltd
      
 

David Bourge
General Manager
Suez Circular Polymer (Thailand) Co., Ltd