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Recycling of Polyethylene Terephthalate Bottles. Plastics Design Library

  • ID: 4398558
  • Book
  • November 2018
  • 212 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Recycling of Polyethylene Terephthalate Bottles provides an overview of PET chemistry, highlighting the main degradation, depolymerization processes and pathways of PET, along with the applications of recycled monomers derived from PET waste. The latest methodologies of recycling and feedstock recovery are covered, providing critical foundational information. In addition, the book discusses a range of established methods of polymer recycling, with an emphasis on real world industrial case studies and the latest academic research. Users will find in-depth lifecycle and cost analysis of each waste management method, comparing the suitability and feasibility of each to support the decision -making process.

Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is the most recycled plastic in the world, but still represents a significant amount of landfill waste. This book presents an update on new regulations, providing recommendations for new opportunities in this area, including new processing methods and applications for recycled PET.

  • Features a comprehensive introduction to the waste management of PET bottles, from regulatory concerns, to the range of different methods of materials recovery
  • Enables practitioners to choose the most efficient and effective waste management process
  • Includes detailed lifecycle and cost analysis information
  • Compares traditional thermal recycling methods with more recently developed monomer recovery and chemical recycling methods

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1. Pet Chemistry Suranjana Datta Chaudhuri (Mandal) And Ayan Dey 2. Regulations On Pet Bottle Recycling Narendra Reddy 3. Materials Recovery And Direct Reuse Incineration Cintil Jose 4. Chemical Depolymerization Of Pet Bottles Via Glycolysis Deepak Pant 5. Chemical Depolymerization Of Pet Bottles Via Methanolysis And Hydrolysis Myungwan Han 6. Chemical Depolymerization Of Pet Bottles Via Ammonolysis And Aminolysis Dr. Prashant Gupta, Subhendu Bhandari 7. Chemical Depolymerization Of Pet Bottles Via Combined Chemolysis Methods Rabindra Kumar Padhan 8. Life Cycle Analysis Of Pet Bottles K V. Marathe, Karan Ramesh Chavan And Pranav Hemant Nakhate 9. Applications Of Chemically Depolymerized Pet Bottles Ajay Vasudeo Rane
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Thomas, Sabu
Dr Sabu Thomas is a Professor of Polymer Science & Engineering, in the School of Chemical Sciences in Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India. His areas of research are in polymer blends, fiber filled polymer composites, nanomaterials and polymer nanocomposites, ageing and degradation, pervaporation phenomena, sorption and diffusion, interpenetrating polymer systems, recyclability and reuse of waste plastics and rubbers, elastomer crosslinking, dual porous nanocomposite scaffolds for tissue engineering, polymer nanocomposites for electronic applications, water purification, and energy storage.
Rane, Ajay Vasudeo
Ajay Vasudeo Rane is a Doctoral Research Fellow at the Durban University of Technology, South Africa. His research focuses include polymer blends, ageing and degradation of polymeric materials, green chemistry, and polymer recycling.
Kanny, Krishnan
Krishnan Kanny is a Professor of Material Science and Engineering at the Durban University of Technology, South Africa. He is a seasoned engineer and scientist with over twenty years research experience in advanced engineering materials systems, and more than 120 papers in international journals and conference proceedings.
VK, Abitha
Abitha V.K. is a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, India. Her areas of research include rubber, polymer blends, fibre filled polymer composites, particulate filled polymer composites and their morphological and structural characterization. Dr. Abitha has written several book chapters, and has co-edited three books with Elsevier.
Thomas, Martin George
Martin George Thomas is a research student at the International and Interuniversity Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Kottayam, Kerala, currently performing research into the areas of epoxy nanocomposites.
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