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Record number 540941
Title Biobased performance materials in a circular economy
Author(s) Bolck, Christiaan
Event 7th Biobased Performance Materials Symposium, Wageningen, 2018-6-14/2018-6-14
Department(s) Biobased Products
Publication type Unpublished lecture
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) biobased economy - biobased materials - biomass - renewable energy
Categories Industrial Sector
About The Biobased Performance Materials Program is a research program that has been running since 2009 and focuses on the development of high performance materials based on biomass. BPM is a PPP within which industry and knowledge institutions collaborate and w hich also has a coordinating role within the Dutch top sectors in research and development in this field. Through a chain approach, technology is developed from various primary raw materials such as sugar beet and potatoes for the production and processing of new or substantially improved biobased polymers for applications in the packaging, electronics and automotive industries. The current BPM program has come about through a "market - oriented" approach, based on the requirements of the materials and where the wishes of companies have been leading. In the new tranche Wageningen Research wants to give more attention to the reuse of materials and the interaction of materials with the environment (litter, plastic soup). Hence the new name Circular and Biobased Performance Materials
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