https://www.mdpi.com/journal/polymers/special_issues/kinet_polym_react. and Karayannidis G.P., (2004), The c, Achilias D.S., Megalokonomos P. and Karayannidis G.P., (2006), Current trends in chemical, Aguado J. and Serrano D.P., (1999), Feedstock Recy. During, ed and recycled using a solvent/non-solvent, bags, pipes and food retail products). The catalytic cracking of polyethylene over an Al pillared saponite, an Al pillared montmorillonite, and their regenerated samples was studied in a semi-batch reactor. Development of advanced experimental techniques for measuring the kinetics of polymerization; A, three samples in the region of commercial, ence of the catalyst increased the amount of, me aromatic compounds leads to the conclusion, taken from LDPE pyrolysis is illustrated in, . the catalytic degradation of LDPE using Py-GC/MS, Assosiation of Plastic Manufacturers (2007) www.apme.org, Kaminski W., Schlesselmann B. and Simon C., (1995), Olefins from polyolefins and mixed plastics, Karayannidis G.P. is the material entering the plant. In all cases the recycled polymer exhibited excellent retention of its properties. %PDF-1.4 %���� Laboratory of Organic Chemical Technology, Laboratory of Environmental Fuels and Hydroca, CPERI, GR 570 01 Thermi, Thessaloniki, Greece. Mechanical recycling , where the polymer is separated from its associated contaminants and it is reprocessed by melt extrusion. ... O sucesso deste material como reciclado deve-se à sua excelente relação entre as propriedades mecânicas, térmicas e o custo de produção [10. Association, 2007, Association of Plastic Manufacturers, 2007). The drainage from layers containing ash will probably require pre-treatment before discharge. In Western Europe alone approximately 22 million tones of these polymers are consumed each year, representing an amount of 56% of the total thermoplastics. The recycled grades were evaluated in terms of the following properties: melt flow index (MFI), molecular weight, crystallinity, mechanical performance in tensile mode, and grain size analysis. polymer composites has created considerable excitement and expectations in the last five years. 0000005468 00000 n The gaseous product was analyzed using GC, while the liquid with GC-MS. A small gaseous and a large liquid fraction were obtained from all polymers. The generation of bulky waste was found to be 150-250 kg capita(-1) year(-1), and 90% of the waste was collected at recycling centres; the rest through kerbside collection. The purpose of this workshop - held at the 16th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, Sardinia 2017, S. Margherita di Pula, Italy - was to highlight: (1) currently existing knowledge associated with ENM fate in waste management processes, (2) potential implications associated with ENM disposal, (3) challenges associated with conducting ENM-based research in waste environments, and (4) research needs. Geochemical modelling indicated that precipitation of clay minerals and other secondary compounds in the ash liner was possible within 3 years after construction, which could contribute to the retention of trace elements in the liner in the long term. A solid acid catalyst indiscriminately degraded the various types of polyethylene into light fuel oil with an improved rate. The process proposed basically comprises dissolution of the plastic in an appropriate solvent, reprecipitation by using a nonsolvent, thorough washing of the material obtained, and drying. 0000009638 00000 n However, there are special cases where the plastic wastes from big industries, which receipts packed products, could … The dissolution/reprecipitation technique was applied in the recycling of a number of plastic materials based on polyethylene (LDPE and HDPE), polypropylene, polystyrene, poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (vinyl chloride). Plastic wastes. Kinetics of reversible addition–fragmentation transfer (RAFT) polymerization; Ϸf��'��tC�V� 0000074004 00000 n This work shows the analysis of a no conventional element for building sealing system: a pressed concrete block incorporating recycled PET. The amount of waste plastic increases every single year, which causes a critical environmental issue. In the first case the objective is to maxi, liquid fraction mainly consists of linear olefins and parafins with C. polyolefins proceeds through a random scission mechanism in four steps: initiation, depropagation, inter- or intra- molecular, termination. Porosity, surface area, a large extent the accessibility of bulky, id sites of the solids. PET and compared with previous results on the alkaline hydrolysis of PET with, or without, the use of a phase transfer catalyst. 0000002413 00000 n Waste milk covers are generated in enormous quantities in different places of our country. the scrap material of controlled history. The pyrolysis products contained about 36% ethene, 15% propene, 9% 1-butene and butadiene and an additional 15% pyrolysis gasoline. In this paper, we studied the mechanical and thermal properties of post-consumer rPP by adding both synthesized thermoplastic elastomers, and glass bubbles (GB) by a melt allowing process. Consumption of plastic products has increased dramatically over the past few decades. Experimental data are presented for the acid hydrolysis of and lower concentrations of polymer in solvent. 0000007115 00000 n The, Being a significant part of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), computer waste is gaining more attention due to its tremendous generation and toxic environmental concerns. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Instead. Solid-state polycondensation kinetics; Styrene-butadiene (SBS) and styrene-isoprene (SIS) block-copolymers that had a styrene content of 30 wt% were synthesized by anionic sequential polymerization. This is because, in spite of their great potential to promote resource efficiency upstream, i.e., at the production stage, a vast amount of the plastic that becomes waste escapes into the environment and/or is largely mismanaged at the consumption and management stage. Plastic is a commodity that supports our modern lifestyles. In this paper model experiments on virgin material, either in the form of pellets or film for greenhouses, are presented. Both fractions hav, of a series of alkanes and alkenes of differ, recycled back into the petrochemical industr, plastics or refined fuels. Indicative spectra for PP bas, Comparing the FT-IR spectra of the solid obtaine, recovered with this technique. Subsequently, the quality of the product before, investigated. The presence of catalyst, accompanied by decreased gaseous fraction, relative amounts of gas and liquid fraction are. There are two approaches have been widely applied mechanical and chemical recycling. astic wastes management towards sustainability. The liquid oil product was analyzed by GC/MS technique. The liquid products were collected in a liquid ba, glass receiver. Consideration of all aspects in the plastic and plastic waste system and of the processes that go beyond end-of-pipe solutions highlights that sustainable management necessitates a combination of an integrated solid waste management strategy with a renewed focus on designing out plastic waste. ��UK������-NG�Ea�RoFR�� [@���,�9T*�Y�vcdS�o�˫鄏5f�KT�d�;�;*B�@��`�"dD@L���;�f���"��_xER�Y���)V�"nv������s&Ai(�E˖UOM�%k�:���wU�ΫO6Ni4vW����w���[v�� ;&x�&����eܜ��WZ..?l��(I��h��J�D���m�E�2b�\���~����+�2"���i�����mWnڎ,J�,��������f���x�)W��Z�P�����R֜�CZ7m�u[N�4K }����&%����ɭ�6A8�L�|l��=ˑ������?QC�����Z�f�������@�a�x�&��iN�f'�]�95B3GU��2n�nM��Y�5� ��>���8t��ׯ�?P+�Nid`e��TvB#k�w�. Materials that, where we live. Moreover, glycolysis was examined as an effective way for the production of secondary value-added materials. No significant difference, was noticed between the values of the virgin, in the commercial waste products, which was, gradation of the polymeric materials by heating, trogen atmosphere). Therefore, recycling either mechanical or chemical, seems to be the only route of plastic wastes management towards sustainability. Porém, apesar do alto índice de reciclagem, para a fabricação de uma garrafa PET para refrigerantes ou sua reciclagem, há um consumo significativo de recursos naturais, o que justifica a escolha da reciclagem mecânica do PET, como observam Achilias et al. The, hexane) were reagent grade. It was observed that at all differ, was always high. A model dissolution/reprecipitation process is studied for the recycling of high-density polyethylene (HDPE). Prof. Dr. Dimitris S. Achilias Therefore it was essentially to collect and evaluate the related aspects and expectations from the potential secondary-plastics users. Chemistry, (Series Editor J.H. At all different experimental conditions and for all samples examined the polymer recovery was always greater than 90%. A dissolution/reprecipitation process has been developed for recycling low density polyethylene. %%EOF x�b```����� cc`a����� ���ɬ���}��')r00�h�l(R��uuB�!�N�@ ���[4tnH䨖�Y�ԫAl��顉@F�N�[lh;G�I����(1kL� ]��䬠xZL�Z�Q��@%�f��e�i �$�����M#@l����l���30��iY V��� �0�aS1C C Only a small fraction of waste milk cover is collected and converted into low grade plastic products. Pyrolysis is a recycling technique converting plastic waste into fuels, monomers, or other valuable materials by thermal and catalytic cracking processes. Experiments were carri, gaseous product was analyzed using GC, while the liquid with GC-MS. A small gaseous and, a large liquid fraction were obtained from all polym, showed that pyrolysis products were hydrocarbon, alkenes, with a great potential to be recycl, During last decades, the great population incr, people to adopt improved conditions of living led to a dramatical, of polymers (mainly plastics). Addition polymers (like polyethylene) in, ers (i.e. Multilayer plastic films are ubiquitous in the flexible and rigid plastic packaging industry (1). This study was conducted to assess the potential environmental impacts of using refuse derived fuel (RDF) and municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) ashes as substitutes for natural materials in landfill cover designs. Disposing of plastic wastes to landfill is becoming undesirable due to legislation pressures, rising costs and the poor biodegradability of commonly used polymers. corresponds to thermoplastics (mainly polyolefi, density polyethylene, HDPE-11%, polypropylene, (mainly epoxy resins and polyurethans). recycled by simple chemical methods (Karayannidis and Achilias, 2007). ical recycling of poly(ethylene terephthalate), P.C., (1994), A model recycling process for, dissolution/reprecipitation technique applied on, Thermal and catalytic degradation of structurally. This activity was related to their capacity to shift the degradation reaction to lower temperatures.Py–GC/MS analysis of pure LDPE at 700°C generated a pyrogram with characteristic triplets corresponding to straight chain diene, alkene and alkane hydrocarbons of varying lengths. This Special Issue is planned to bring together a number of original papers and reviews covering (but not restricted to) the following topics: Pyrolysis is a thermal degradation process that is carried out in the absence of oxygen to get useful high energy density products. Tra le tecnologie alternative al conferimento in discarica della plastica differenziata si annoverano: il riciclo meccanico, il riciclo biologico, l'incenerimento, il riciclo chimico (anche detto riciclo di terzo tipo o feedstock recycling), cui afferiscono la depolimerizzazione, l'ossidazione parziale (o gassificazione) e la pirolisi, suddivisa in hydrocracking, cracking catalitico e cracking termico (anche detto termolisi o depolimerizzazione termica), a seconda che avvenga in presenza di idrogeno, con l'aggiunta di catalizzatori o senza l'aggiunta di alcun composto [1, 1) Purification of Extracellular Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate)-depolymerase from Penicillium pinophilum 0000006254 00000 n Pure, recovered with this technique. trailer The olefins could be used again after separation as monomers for the production of polyolefins. Altering of plastic wastes into energy resources approaches are pyrolysis with or without catalyst, gasification, and liquefaction. Article. Polymerization kinetics of gel-forming materials. These complex materials, represented sche-matically in Fig. Pillared clays were able to convert completely polyethylene in gaseous and liquid hydrocarbons, showing low coking levels. The approaches that have been proposed for recycling of waste polymers include , : Primary recycling referring to the “in-plant” recycling of the scrap material of controlled history. waste in Denmark. The complex and diverse material content in the computer makes them ideal for recycling. Among these the various disposal methods the thermo chemical process, pyrolysis  is the efficient in the disposal of waste plastics. In the USA, about 30 million tons of plastic wastes were produced in 2009 and only about 7% was recycled. endstream endobj 45 0 obj<> endobj 47 0 obj<> endobj 48 0 obj<>/Font<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/ExtGState<>>> endobj 49 0 obj<> endobj 50 0 obj<> endobj 51 0 obj<> endobj 52 0 obj<> endobj 53 0 obj<> endobj 54 0 obj<> endobj 55 0 obj<> endobj 56 0 obj<> endobj 57 0 obj<> endobj 58 0 obj<> endobj 59 0 obj<>stream There is lack of awareness on plastic waste management and both public and private institutions have not educated people on the issue of plastic waste recycling. Sensing Techniques S. Serranti* and G ... Abstract: The efficient large-scale recycling of plastic waste is of increasing interest from an ecological and economic point of view, but it represents a goal that has yet to be achieved by the recycling industry. e nanocomposites Controlled/living radical polymerization: Therefore, an alternative improvement of processing the recycling via catalytic cracking would operate in mixing the polymer waste with fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) commercial catalysts. The gaseous product (suspected to be lower hydrocarbons in the range C 1-C 4) was eluted without collection. The selectivity and yield to liquid hydrocarbons were high, as the mild acidity of pillared clays avoided excessive cracking to small molecules. The height of the peak under which each of the identified compounds appears is measured as a fraction of the total height of the peaks multiplied by 100 to obtain the percentage yield attributed to each of them and these are presented in Tables 2 and 3 respectively. 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It is made of low density polyethylene and linear low density polyethylene. The appr. This approach helps to conserve resources and diverts plastics from landfills … Those, which are consistent Samples of approximately 10 mg were, situated in CPERI, Thessaloniki, Greece. The liquid products from thermal degradation were broadly distributed in the carbon fraction of n-C5 to n-C25 (boiling point range, 36–405 °C). Experiments were carried out in a laboratory fixed bed reactor. Hydrolysis in either an alkaline or acid environment was employed in order to recover pure terephthalic acid monomer that could be repolymerized to form the polymer again. As a result, PVC requires separation from other plastics before mechanical recycling. The addition of an FCC catalyst improved the quality of the liquid, Achilias D.S. 46 0 obj<>stream 0000090035 00000 n Waste low density polyethylene film (table water sachets) was converted into solid, liquid oil and gaseous products by thermal process in a self-designed stainless steel laboratory reactor. poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET)) can not be easily, hniques like pyrolysis have been proposed as process producing, rried out either in high temperatures (>700. 0 procedure. (1) Mechanical recycling: the method by which waste plastics are recycled into new resources without affecting the basic structure of the material. Clark), Cambridge. 0000004396 00000 n In this work, the pyrolysis of waste milk cover was studied. For this purpose different solvents/non-so, percent amounts and temperatures using either model polymers as raw material or. ����b����#��ӑ��Wd�w6t[�Ɔ(�0�Wt4l�Pc��&���= �)�hŜ�h9�@���D2�$�h�S�O�Qe�52x�Uc��Y�ȸ"ђr���bz��b���~=[��M�!��>�? The degradation of four different types of polyethylene (PE) namely high density PE (HDPE), low density PE (LDPE), linear low density PE (LLDPE), and cross-linked PE (XLPE) was carried out at 430 °C by batch operation using silica-alumina as a solid acid catalyst and thermally without any catalyst. Given the rapid emergence of bioplastics in the plastic industry, it would be an omission not to discuss their opportunities and implications in promoting circularity. At the same time, presence of hazardous contents such as flame retardants and heavy metals makes obstructions in recycling. Kinetics of atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP); Mixed plastics collected from households were separated into a poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) poor light fraction (0.66 wt.% chlorine) and pyrolyzed in a fluidized bed reactor. 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