Practical Workshop: Use of Recyclates in Industrial Production - Opportunities and Risks / Introduction and Practical Experiences
Mon, 06/14/2021, 2:00-5:30 p.m.
InnoZent OWL e.V., Zukunftsmeile 2, 33102 Paderborn, Room ZM2.A.00.07 (first floor)
Recycled materials, especially post consumer recycled (PCR) materials, are excellent in terms of mechanical properties, but inferior to virgin materials in terms of the decorative quality of the surface. Here, many customers are not willing to compromise on quality. Even if post-industrial goods have clear advantages over PCR in terms of cleanliness and grade purity, there are also limitations here if, for example, rejects show significant material degradation or coating.
Our workshop addresses the following blocks of topics:
- Introduction: political background and legal requirements for the use of recyclates.
- Overview: Techniques for processing pure recyclate, blends of recyclate and virgin material, and recyclate and virgin material as a composite, e.g., by coextrusion or two-component injection molding
- Insight: Quality, quantity, delivery capability - What is possible?- Challenges of a recyclate producer.
- Exchange of experience: Along the value chain - Markets and customers
The aim is to find technical possibilities and arguments to increase the acceptance especially of post consumer recyclate.
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Schöppner, Head of Plastics Technology Paderborn, University of Paderborn,
- Dr.-Ing. Matthias Hopp, Senior Engineer, Plastics Technology Paderborn, University of Paderborn
- Jochen Ebbing, Lobbe Industrieservice GmbH & Co KG
- Axel Baranek, FVH Folien Veredelung Hamburg GmbH & Co.KG
The workshop is aimed at decision-makers in plastics processing companies and other interested parties from the plastics value chain. There are 12 places available.
A joint free event by:
University of Paderborn (KTP), InnoZent OWL e.V. & VDI - Association of German Engineers East Westphalia-Lippe e.V. in the framework of CirQuality OWL, Lippe Circular and Plastics in OWL e.V.