“Plastics Unwrapped” gives savvy manufacturers an insider’s look into a few of the newest improvements in recyclable plastics, and tackles advanced and interesting science and sustainability questions.
of shoppers consider their private actions could make a distinction in lowering
unsustainable waste, and lots of are demanding that manufacturers assist empower their
actions. Ahead-thinking corporations together with
are responding — reaching out to the packaging trade for merchandise that
simplify shopper recycling.
A brand new podcast from Dow, “Plastics
gives savvy manufacturers an insider’s look into a few of the newest improvements in
recyclable plastics that materials scientists are growing in labs across the
globe. The podcast covers plastic’s position in lowering carbon emissions, the
nuances of bioplastics and the way they’ll revolutionize the market and designing
Business consultants deal with advanced and interesting science and sustainability
questions equivalent to: What are renewable feedstocks, and why do they matter? How
can the packaging trade reveal the advantages of round plastic?
Be a part of Dow sustainability leaders from all over the world on “Plastics Unwrapped” —
now stay on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts:
Episode One: Emotion vs.
(31:06 minutes) — Be a part of Jim McClelland of SustMeme journal, and Dow’s
Marco ten Bruggencate and Carsten Larsen for a dialogue on the
emotional responses we affiliate with plastics. Learn how manufacturers can
deal with private considerations on plastic waste with new, scientific approaches
to selecting supplies.
(15:20 minutes) — Dow’s Thomas Reutter and UPM Biofuels’ Panu
Routasalo speak about market development for renewable feedstocks and the way this
helps the trade’s plans to scale back carbon emissions. They talk about why
approaches equivalent to mass stability are important for supporting bioplastics
market development; the necessity to enhance renewable feedstock ranges; and methods to
collaborate on discovering new, sustainable options.
Episode Three: Designing for
(24:20 minutes) — Dow’s Romain Cazenave and Karin Katzer deal with some
of the crucial points round recycling plastics. Why is recycling so
tough? What’s the distinction between recyclable and recycled? Why do
recycling charges change so drastically from nation to nation and even
avenue to avenue? RB’s Krzysztof Krajewski additionally joins the dialogue
to share a perspective from one of many world’s largest shopper items
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