Views: 13 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2023-10-12 Origin: Site
Plastic is an non-degradable pollutant that is difficult to degrade naturally in water and soil. When publicly incinerated, they are restricted due to the release of toxic gases that cause air pollution. Plastic as a physical barrier tends to disturb the environmental balance by causing drains to drain and disrupting soil properties. In addition to this, plastics are often ingested by living organisms, eventually killing them. Plastic waste has become a serious environmental problem, posing a huge threat to ecosystems and human health.
Therefore, considering the negative influence, waste plastic disposal and pollution control becomes more important.
With the improvement and implementation of the EU draft packaging regulations (PPWR), in addition to the implemented German Packaging Act, French Packaging Act, Austrian Packaging Act, etc., European countries will successively begin to improve and implement their packaging waste management measures.
Increasingly countries are gradually planning to collect taxes on plastic packaging, multinational enterprises engaged in the supply of raw materials, design and manufacturing areas need to pay close attention to the additional costs of enterprises and the different compliance requirements of each country.
United Nation Environment Program has repeatedly highlighted the advancement of global plastic pollution regulations and has proposed that a draft legally binding international agreement be finalized by 2024.
These measures are positively improve global “white pollution”, combating plastic pollution at source.
Waste plastics has many types, such as PP, PE, PS, etc, which are mainly composed by polymer. That means waste plastic also has energy properties. Disposal of waste plastics by rational means is an important environmental issue today.
Ocean Conservancy suggest the most effective way to reduce plastic pollution is to significantly scale up systems and infrastructure to capture used materials and convert them into valuable products. Such as chemical feedstocks, new raw materials including recycled plastics, or fuels and energy.
Converting waste plastics into fuel not only deals with plastic pollutants, but as can replace crude oil to achieve energy substitution. So how can this process be realized?
Continuous waste plastic pyrolysis technology is the most important tool. By thoroughly decomposition, the polymer in waste plastic can be cracking into small molecular or monomers, producing pyrolysis oil. Under the premise of safety, environmental protection, continuous and stable operation, the chemical recycling of waste plastics can be realized.
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