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Presentaton MBA Polymers

  1. 1. From Supply Chain to Supply Cycle- Plastics meets its Re-Maker -<br />Chris Slijkhuis<br />Director Sourcing<br />
  2. 2. What is necessary to produce 1 ton of plastics?<br />approx. 900 liter crude oil<br />approx. 2 tons e-waste<br />approx. 14.000 kWh<br />approx. 950 kWh<br />OR<br />&lt;10% of the water consumption<br />&lt;10% of the energy consumption<br />2-3 kg reduction of CO2 emissions per kg of recycled plastic<br />
  3. 3. Teaming up to get from Supply Chain to Supply Cycle……..<br />Design For the Environment<br />Delivery<br />Integrated Supply Chain<br />Manufacturing<br />Operations<br />Procurement<br />Customer<br />Use / Service<br />Recycling<br />Take-back<br />AssetRecovery<br />Waste Minimisation<br />
  4. 4. From Supply Chain to Supply Cycle<br />Build and Construct<br />Raw Materials<br />Deliver<br />Certified <br />Repair<br />Closed Loop <br />Reprocessing<br />Certified <br />Reprocessing<br />Customer Usage<br />Return to<br />Suppliers<br />Sort/Inspect<br />Remove<br />Recycling<br />Materials for<br />Recycling<br />Return / Take Back<br />Alternative<br />Uses<br />Disposal GoalZero<br />
  5. 5. Global End-of-Life Material Return Growing<br />Millions of tons of durable goods are shredded every year to liberate and recover the ferrous and nonferrous metals<br />
  6. 6. The E-Waste Supply Cycle focussing on plastics <br />De-Pollution<br />Ferrous-Metals<br />Shredder <br />Size reduction, liberation and separation <br />Non-Ferrous-Metals<br />Non-FE Separations<br />Smelters<br />Separate Non-<br />Plastic Items<br />Further Separation Plastic/non-Plastic<br />Mixed Plastic Rich E-Waste<br />
  7. 7. E-Waste Plastics<br />
  8. 8. Options for Plastics-Rich Streams after Recycling<br /><ul><li>Landfilling:</li></ul>banned in some countries, costs increasing, questions about pollution, lose important raw material<br /><ul><li>Incineration: </li></ul>(in many forms) costly and becoming more-so, questions about air pollution, capacity issues, lose important raw material<br /><ul><li>Sell to brokers or directly to third world recyclers:</li></ul>might not be legal in some countries depending on material make-up, rules always changing, some brokers come and go, does recycler adhere to acceptable environmental standards? What happens to byproducts?<br /><ul><li>Recycling in line with the European Standards:</li></ul>large customers require a more reliable and dependable solution, customers for these plastics can push feedstock to e-cycle suppliers, but need large volumes and ideally global presence to do this successfully.<br />
  9. 9. Plastics Rich Material Quantity Growing<br />Tens of millions of tons of plastic-rich shredder residue that is mostly incinerated or land-filled<br />
  10. 10. The Raw Materials<br />
  11. 11. The Raw Materials<br />
  12. 12. The avg. composition of the Sourcing Material EU<br />Ferrous & N-Ferrous<br />1%<br />Fluff/Foam<br />Wires & Elect Parts<br />Other Plastics<br />4%<br />17%<br />1%<br />Wood<br />Other Non-Plastics<br />Rubber<br />3%<br />1%<br />Fines<br />3%<br />1%<br />PP<br />PVC<br />3%<br />1%<br />POM<br />1%<br />PC-ABS & PC<br />6%<br />HIPS<br />PE<br />27%<br />1%<br />ABS-FR<br />3%<br />PPO<br />2%<br />ABS<br />HIPS-FR<br />24%<br />2%<br />
  13. 13. The avg. composition of the Sourcing Material Asia<br />Rubber<br />Wires/Metal<br />Circuit Boards<br />Foam/Fluff<br />Other Plastics<br />PA<br />PP<br />POM<br />PP-Filled<br />PVC<br />PC/ABS<br />Injection<br />PC<br />SAN<br />Extrusion<br />PPO<br />FR<br />GPPS<br />ABS<br />PS<br />
  14. 14. May we invite you to one of our plants?<br />A joint-venture between<br />MBA Polymers and<br />Müller-Gutenbrunn<br />Location<br />Kematen an der Ybbs<br /><ul><li>Danube vincinity
  15. 15. Direct Rail-Connection (2007)
  16. 16. Near A1 Motorway
  17. 17. Easy access Western/ Eastern Europe</li></ul>Capacity<br />40 000 Tonnes per annum <br />
  18. 18. Goods-In, Analysis & Pre-processing<br />
  19. 19. Goods-In, Analysis & Pre-processing<br /><ul><li>Sourcing & Goods-In
  20. 20. Material Handling
  21. 21. Assaying
  22. 22. Material Analysis
  23. 23. Pre-Processing
  24. 24. Taking out remaining metals
  25. 25. Cleaning material of minerals (glass, stones, dust)
  26. 26. Eliminating organic fractions such as wood and rubber
  27. 27. Size reduction to a standard particle size
  28. 28. Conveying plastic material into high tech seperations</li></li></ul><li>High Tech Separations & Extrusion/Compounding<br />
  29. 29. High Tech Separations & Extrusion/Compounding<br /><ul><li>Cleaning plastics
  30. 30. Closed circuit water treatment
  31. 31. High-Tech Seperations
  32. 32. Obtaining ABS and PS
  33. 33. In three grades
  34. 34. Injection Moulding
  35. 35. Extrusion
  36. 36. General Purpose
  37. 37. High quality extrusion and compounding
  38. 38. RoHS compliant products</li></li></ul><li>Laboratory for detailled process control<br />
  39. 39. Laboratory services 24/24 hours<br /><ul><li>Incoming Material Analysis
  40. 40. Yield & contaminations
  41. 41. Process Control
  42. 42. Numerous checkpoints
  43. 43. In-time feed-back cycles
  44. 44. Purity control final products
  45. 45. Final products Quality Control
  46. 46. Each big bag is quality controlled
  47. 47. MFI, Izod and Tensile Strength </li></li></ul><li>Why a High-Tech Global Footprint.......<br />Electronics OEM’s are Global and they demand: <br /><ul><li> Global Supply of Plastics
  48. 48. Virgin-like quality of the tech plastics they use
  49. 49. Large, dependable and consistent volumes
  50. 50. Consistent technical specifications
  51. 51. A global answer to their Waste Plastics
  52. 52. Reliable service levels</li></ul>to become designed in........<br />
  53. 53. Creating a Global Footprint <br />UK<br />Austria<br />California<br />Guangzhou<br />
  54. 54. We work in the same Supply Cycle<br />E-Waste Recycler strengths<br />MBA Polymers strengths<br />Item collection and aggregation<br />Decon-<br />tamination<br />Shredding and ferrous recovery<br />Non-ferrous concen-tration<br />Remove remaining metal-bearing<br />Remove remaining non-target materials<br />Plastics type sorting<br />Grade sor-ting<br />Com-poun-ding<br />Global sales, marketing & support<br />MBA Polymers<br />E-Waste Recyclers<br />…………..and create Teamwork to Close the Loop for Plastics<br />
  55. 55. Products – ABS, PS, PP as pellets & compounds<br />
  56. 56. Stable Properties with MBA Polymers’ Resins<br />10,0<br />MFR Analysis Type MBA PS 3130<br />9,0<br />8,0<br />MFR (200°C/5kg) in [g/10min]<br />7,0<br />6,0<br />5,0<br />4,0<br />0<br />20<br />40<br />60<br />80<br />100<br />120<br />140<br />160<br />Samples<br />RoHS Compliant Plastics<br />
  57. 57. Products made with MBA Polymers’ Resins<br />
  58. 58. Products made with MBA Polymers’ Resins<br />
  59. 59. Products made with MBA Polymers’ Resins<br />
  60. 60. MBA Polymers’ Resin Advantages<br /><ul><li>High quality resin with stable properties
  61. 61. ISO 9001:2000
  62. 62. RoHS certification
  63. 63. Custom properties for custom applications
  64. 64. Green “Cleantech” image and responsibility
  65. 65. Saving large amounts of energy
  66. 66. Low CO2 Emissions</li></ul>Resins with Environmental Awareness<br />
  67. 67. The World Economic Forum recognized MBA Polymers<br />The criteria for becoming this <br />WEF recognition as Tech Pioneer are:<br /><ul><li> Innovation
  68. 68. Potential Impact
  69. 69. Proof of Concept
  70. 70. Growth and Sustainability
  71. 71. Leadership
  72. 72. Status</li></ul>Technology Pioneer 2006<br />
  73. 73. Teamwork to Close the Loop for Plastics<br />

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