BIS Research Announces Webinar on Circular Economy – In Pursuit of Fully Recyclable Plastics

20 Jun 2019

BIS Research is elated to announce that it is organizing an emerging tech webinar on the ‘Circular Economy – In Pursuit of Fully Recyclable Plastics’. The webinar will be conducted on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM CDT, with guest speaker Dr. Jennifer Holmgren, CEO, LanzaTech. The key points to be discussed during the webinar include insights about the current scenario of plastic waste management, examining the problems of plastic and carbon recycling and understanding how companies are planning to tackle it, and understanding the growth potential of the circular economy.

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As per the World Bank, more than 90% of the world’s plastic waste does not get recycled and ends up as trash and litter. This results in most of the world’s plastic trash releasing toxins that contaminate the soil and groundwater and emitting dangerous greenhouse gases.

For the past 25 years, China has been importing 45% of the global plastic waste, but as of January 2018, China had put a ban on imports of plastic waste. This has created substantial pressures on countries that were tactfully exporting their plastic waste to China. In 2011, plastic waste was America’s primary export to China.

Factors such as rapid urbanization, global population hitting an all-time high, and extensive industrialization to meet the per-capita requirement of the population base, are collectively placing an enormous burden of environmental consequences of plastic waste on the Earth.

The circular economy for plastics propose the most practical solution to combat the pollution generated by plastics across the world. It proposes to keep the resources, that is plastics, in the economy by recycling them so that maximum value can be extracted out of them. A robust circular economy must ensure that more and more plastic is recovered, and plastic waste doesn’t end up in landfill or in the environment.

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Circular economy is the next big thing as it helps in mitigating the plastic waste crisis, thereby, improving sustainability, and reducing the overdependence on fossil fuels. It also presents new business opportunities for various organizations. Although various ambitious initiatives have been undertaken to tackle the current plastic waste complications across regions, the search for the most viable solution amidst these is still on.

Several initiatives, such as strict directives by federal governments, are already underway for managing plastic pollution. However, plastic waste management necessitates the problem to be solved at its source. A strong sustainable practice for plastic waste management has become imperative for each country to deal with plastic pollution. However, lack of investments, awareness, and a strict policy for combating plastic pollution has been inhibiting the evolution of the circular economy for plastics.

About BIS Research:

BIS Research is a global B2B market intelligence and advisory firm focusing on those emerging technological trends which are likely to disrupt the dynamics of the market.

With over 150 market research reports published annually, BIS Research focuses on high technology verticals such as 3D Printing, Advanced Materials and Chemicals, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Healthcare, Electronics and Semiconductors, Robotics and UAV, and other emerging technologies.

Our in-depth market intelligence reports focus on the market estimations, technology analysis, emerging high-growth applications, deeply segmented granular country-level market data, and other important market parameters useful in the strategic decision-making for senior management.

What distinguishes BIS Research from the rest of the players is that we don’t merely provide data but also complement it with valuable insights and actionable inputs for the success of our clients.


Bhavya Banga

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BIS Research Inc.


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