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An essential component of daily life, plastic is a synthetic substance made from a wide variety of organic polymers. The use of thermoplastic and thermoset polymers, which come in two main varieties, depends on the application. One may be repeatedly reused whereas the other cannot, which is the primary physical distinction between the two.
The physical characteristics of thermoplastics are unaltered by heating since there is no chemical bonding. Thermoplastics may be repeatedly moulded into a variety of shapes, sizes, and items. Due to molecular cross-linking, thermoset plastics are polymers that are similar to thermoplastics but typically stronger.
They get their name because, when mixed and moulded, the polymers undergo a chemical shift during processing that results in the formation of an irreversible chemical link.
The Kenya Plastics Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
In an effort to combat the plastic waste problem in Kenya and create a circular economy for plastics in Africa, Dow has announced the expansion of its relationship with recycling firm Mr. Green Africa.
Kenya Plastic Action Plan is introduced by KAM. The private sector-led Kenya Plastic Action Plan, also known as the Policy and Action Plan, aims to support a circular economy for Kenya’s ecologically responsible usage and recycling of plastics.
In order to clean up plastic pollution from important fishing regions, ClimeCo, a pioneer in the management and development of environmental commodities, has joined forces with Enaleia. Through the use of Verra, this alliance will help Enaleia’s most recent initiative in Kenya generate plastic credits.
Enaleia projects that they will be able to collect 1,000–3,000 tonnes of plastic per year in Kenya with the help of additional funding from ClimeCo and the sale of the credits.
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