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Codex-UK "Gebrauchsgegenstände" 3. Juni 2008/BMGFJ Titelformat bearbeiten Austrian Research Institute for Chemistry and Technology - ofi www.ofi.at CROPACK 2010 Renewable versus Biodegradable New materials for bundling innovation Michael Pitzl ofi – Department Packaging

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An inconvient truth? Source: www.youtube.com 2010-02-18

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Solution – Bioplastics? Late features: Coca-Cola Co reported the specific worldwide take off of its new PET contain produced using to 30 for each penny plant materials, for example, sugar and molasses. Bioserie iPhone ® Case is truly green! Promoting trademark: Packaging without the blame? Bioplastics Source: www.plasticsnews.com 2010-02-17 www.ubergizmo.com 2010-02-22

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New materials? Before 1940 approx . 80 % of monetarily accessible biodegradable plastic and its monomers were found and portrayed 1938 Polyethylen In the 70s: Oil emergencies (1973) Set point for further improvement In the 80s: Oil emergencies (1980) – pilot plants for bioplastics Oxodegrable items – repressed the further advancement ? Source: NARAYAN R. et al. 1994 www.n24.de 2010-02-17

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Definition of Bioplastic Up to now not altered (CEN/TC 249/WG 17 planed discharge 2010) According to European Bioplastics : Plastic in light of renewable assets Biodegradable polymers which meet all criteria of deductively perceived standards for biodegradability and compostability of plastics and plastic items (EU: EN 13432/EN 14995, US: ASTM D-6400, ISO 17088). NOT oxodegradable ! Source: www.european-bioplastics.org 2010-02-17

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Definition of Bioplastic

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Development of the market Capacity 2009 400.000 t overall Small market, yet high development rates up to 10 % Source: www.european-bioplastics.org 2010-02-17

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State of advancement Research > Development > Pilot Plant > Commercialization > World-scale Plant > Industrial creation Source: bioplastics Magazine 03/2007

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Biodegradable materials when all is said in done 4 materials financially accessible Starch-based polymers Polylactic corrosive Polyhydroxyalkanoates Cellulose derivates Chitosan? Polymer mixes and composites Source: www.basf.com 2008-09-12 YU L. et al. 2006

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Starch-based polymers Mater-Bi ® Maize and/or potatoe starch in mix with polycaprolactones and other biodegradable esters Europeas most basic bioplastic Source: www.novamont.com 2009-12-01

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Starch-based polymers Others Plantic ® Starch from maize and hydroxypropyl, Plantic Technologies (AUS) Solanyl ® Starch from potatoes, Rodenburg Biopolymers (NL) Bioplast ® Starch mix, Biotec (DE) Biopar ® Starch from potatoes and mixes, Biop AG (D) Similar to PE (changing over) Limited applications! Source: www.plantic.com.au 2009-04-01

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Polylactic corrosive Main maker: NatureWorks (US) Other Producers: Hycail (FI), Toyota (J) and Uhde Inventa (D) Glucose from maize or lactose from whey Source: LIM L.- T. et al. 2008

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Polylactic corrosive mixes Ecovio ® 45 % PLA + Ecoflex ® , BASF (D) Ecovio ® L-Foam 75 % PLA + Ecoflex ® , BASF (D) Bio-Flex ® PLA + Copolyester, FKuR (D) Similar to PET and/or PS (changing over) Sensitive to temperature! Source: www.basf.com 2008-09-12 YU L. et al. 2006

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Polyhydroxyalkanoates Mirel™ Metabolix (US) Biomer™ Biomer (D) Fermentation of starch, assault, plant buildups, and so on. Just Injection Molding! PHB, PHV, PHBV, ... Source: www.metabolix.com 2008-09-12

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Cellulose derivates NatureFlex™ Innovia (UK) Barrier coatings! Source: www.innoviafilms.com 2008-09-12

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Comparision Thermal properties: Melting temperature Biopolymers similar with customary plastics Source: WEBER C. J. 2000

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Oxygen transmission rate Biopolymers in the midfield Comparision Source: WEBER C. J. 2000

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Comparision Water vapor transmission rate Biopolymers in the midfield Source: WEBER C. J. 2000

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Transmission of UV-light Comparision

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Food security bundling material Nearly all beginning substances are recorded Migration qualities are beneath legitimate restrains No huge distinction in microbial development on bundling material No desintegration amid timeframe of realistic usability Migrants from PLA are sheltered

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End of life Composting? End of life Source: WEBER C. J. 2000

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End of life Compsoting? End of life Source: ENDRES H.- J. 2009

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THANK YOU! Michael Pitzl E-Mail: michael.pitzl@ofi.at Austrian Research Institute for Chemistry and Technology - ofi Brehmstraße 14a A-1110 Wien +43-(0)1-798 16 01 - 597 +43-(0)1-798 16 01 - 480

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