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Session 5h carlos_delos_llanos

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Plastics in a Circular Economy

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Session 5h carlos_delos_llanos

  1. 1. Copenhagen – 31 May 2018 Carlos de Los Llanos OECD Global Forum on Environment : Plastics in a Circular Economy Designing sustainable plastics from a chemicals perspective
  2. 2. CITEO is the French EPR scheme for packaging and graphic papers 2 2 1. MEMBER COMPANIES 2. CONSUMERS 3. MUNICIPALITIES4. SORTING CENTERS 5. RECYCLERS Carlos de Los Llanos , Scientific Direction | Japan | May 2018 ECODESIGN AWARENESS R-MARKETS IMPROVE COLLECTION OPTIMIZATION A private company governed by its clients A general interest mission Not-for-profit 2 State’s accreditations for EPR: Household Packaging and Printed and Graphic Papers
  3. 3. Best practices R&D projects Technical committees Bonus / malus€ Bonus consumers awareness€ Training, information Promote eco-design through guides, software, training sessions, … Develop new recyclable packaging with all packaging chain actors Catalogue of best practices & examples Assess the recyclability of specific packaging Elaborate design for recycling rules Promote weight reduction, develop recyclability, reduce recycling disruptors and non recyclable packaging Use “on pack” and “off pack” information to raise consumer’s awareness Fees modulation is one aspect of a global approach on design for recycling
  4. 4. 4 Fees modulation : Bonus / Malus rules in France WEIGHT REDUCTION 8% RECICLABILITY IMPROVEMENT 8% ADDITIONNAL BONUS IF PUBLISHED 4% BONUS FOR ECO DESIGN “TRIMAN” 5% TRIMAN + SORTING INSTRUCTION 8% QR CODE 4% MEDIA CAMPAIGN 4% BONUS FOR CONSUMER INFORMATION RECYCLING DISRUPTORS 50% OPAQUE PET 100% NON RECYCLABLE BOTTLES 100% FEE PER UNIT MALUS New 2018 New 2018 New 2018 New 2018 IN COMBINATION WITH 3 LEVEL OF FEES (bottles, rigids, others) = MORE THAN 10 POSSIBILITIES
  5. 5. 5 Penalties set up for the main recycling disruptors on PET bottles: elements with aluminum, PVC or silicon Number of companies, per year Number of packaging units with penalties, per year Tonnage 80 à 150 companies per year 350 à 400 millions units 6 000 à 10 000 tons Tonnage as % of total clear PET bottles Between 2, 2 % et 3,7% Example of malus for recycling disruptors: PET bottles IN A CASE OF A MALUS SYSTEM, PRODUCERS REQUEST: CONSISTENT CRITERIA - WORK ON ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS - LONG TERM VISIBILITY
  6. 6. 6 Plastic : a complex subject … and strong political expectations 50% recycled in 2025 (EU) 55% recycled in 2030 (EU) 100% recycled in 2025 (FR) And for a few big BRAND OWNERS 100% recyclable or reusable, or biosourced. Carlos de Los Llanos , Scientific Direction | OECD | May 2018
  7. 7. Thank you! Carlos de Los Llanos Scientific Director carlos.delosllanos@citeo.com

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