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Bio-based polymers, often known as bio-based resins, are made from renewable materials (algae, bacteria, microorganisms, plants, etc.). They can be made directly or by the synthesis of monomers, which must be followed by polymerization.
Polylactic acid, poly L lactide, polyhydroxy butyrate, polyamide, polypropylene (PP) obtained from bio-based ethylene obtained by converting ethanol, polyethylene terephthalate, and all other thermoplastic materials are among the many bio-based polymers available on the market.
Biobased Polyethylene (Bio-PE), Green Polyethylene, and Renewable Polyethylene are all terms for the same polymer. – It has a biobased carbon content of up to 100%. – A renewable source of energy.
Sugars or vegetable oils are used as renewable biomass feedstocks. – It lowers greenhouse gas emissions.
Packaging, building & construction, automotive & transportation, and others, such as blow moulded bottles, stretch & shrink films, and others, are among the major uses of bio-based polyolefins.
The Europe Bio Based Polyolefin Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The bio-based Mevopur medical-grade polymer solutions portfolio of Avient Corporation, a leading producer of specialised and sustainable material solutions and services, has been expanded.
Bio-based polycarbonate, ABS, or styrenic polymers are used to create the novel colour and additive concentrates, as well as customised ready-to-use formulations.
The new Mevopur concentrates, which are made from non-fossil feedstocks, contain polymers with a bio-based content of 70 to 10 percent, according to the ASTM D6866 standard.
They are more sustainable drop-in substitutes for fossil-based materials, with pre-coloured formulas for consumers who prefer ready-to-use solutions.
These bio-based materials may be processed using regular injection moulding machines and extruders, and they can be recycled in the same ways as traditional fossil-based polymers.
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