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Plastic, PVC & PP Products Polyethylene (PE) is the most common plastic. It is mainly use is in packaging including plastic films, plastic bags and bottles. PE is classified according to their polymerization method, density, and branching. There are several types of PE but the most common use is the high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and the low-density polyethylene (LDPE). HDPE is obtained from the homopolymerization of ethylene. It has between 5 and 10 short branches every 1000 carbon atoms. LDPE has the same number of branches as HDPE; however, they are much longer and are usually branched themselves. Polypropylene (PP) is a linear hydrocarbon polymer with an intermediate level of crystallinity between LDPE and HDPE. Poly (vinyl chloride) also known as PVC, is one of the most widely used synthetic plastics. According to statistics from the Chemical Market Association, Inc., the worldwide consumption of PVC in 2007 was 35.3 million metric tons while the average demand for PVC increases 4.8 percent every year. When PVC first appeared in 1892, it was ignored by scientists because of its very high brittleness and difficulties of processing. It was not until Waldo Semon applied plasticizers to PVC in 1926 so that PVC became more flexible and easier to shape. Nowadays, flexible PVC is a kind of polymeric material which exhibits high mechanical properties, high electrical resistivity, and most importantly, it is resistant to corrosive solutions and relatively fire resistant. In addition to these advantages, low cost of PVC makes it a good optiofn for construction materials, pipes and wire insulators. However, flexible PVC has a severe flaw: the migration of plasticizer is the main reason that aging of PVC is accelerated. In other words, the service life of PVC is shortened. Plasticizer leaching not only affects material properties, but also provides environmental pollution and potentially diseases. First, heat and pressure are two common environmental factors that may force the plasticizers to move out of PVC matrix and makes PVC-based materials brittle.   Major Players, Manufacturers & Industry Trends PVC market has dominated by 5 major players which are listed in the table below. These companies have occupied more than 24% of the global market share. However, the top 10 players of the PVC industry are listed below:
Company name Net Sales
Shin-Etsu Chemical Company 452.70 billion Yen in 2015
Formosa Plastics 47.71 billion NT$ (Only Q1)
Solvay 10.6 billion € in 2015
Occidental Petroleum Corporation  
Ineos Chlorvinyls, Ltd  
Axiall Corporation USD 3,361.1 million in 2015
Mexichem S.A.B USD 5,549 million
Vinnolit GmbH & Co., KG  
Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. 1,550,076 million Yen in 2015
xinjiang Zhongtai ChemicaL Co., Ltd CNY 11,714 million in 2015
  At the global level, the demand for durable and sustainable products is increasing that drives the demand for various types of plastics in end-user industries. The major end-use industries including packaging & construction are growing at the highest level which increases the usage and applicability of the PVC and other plastic products more common. However, it has been forecasted that the volatility prices of key raw materials, environmental degradations related to plastic products may hinder the growth of the industry. In order to overcome these challenges, industry players has shifted their focus towards developing bio based alternatives to petroleum based conventional plastics. Major plastic manufacturing companies are collaborating with the biotechnology companies to shift their functions to produce bio-based plastics. Besides that, new technologies are also developing to recycle the plastic products to convert them into major fabric for using it in different user end products. Thus, from the business point of view, major plastic manufacturers from the western world need to focus towards high-growth regions such as Asia Pacific & Middle East for setting up manufacturing facilities. These regions provides consistent demand for plastics and also helps in reducing overall cost of manufacturing. Usage of the Plastic Products Plastics are used on a daily basis in a number of applications. The amount of plastic consumed has been growing steadily due to favourable properties such as low density, high strength, ease of manufacturing and low cost. As a result, both industry and private households generate more and more plastic waste. Figure 1 shows the total increase in the amount of plastic waste as well as of plastic waste in the total Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) from 1960 to 2015 in the US. This increase is to a large extent attributed to the use of single use plastic items for packaging such as bags and containers. Figure 1: Amount of Plastic wastes in Thousands of tons (mt) In 2007, polyolefins such as polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP), which are widely used for packaging products, represented more than 40 wt.-% of the total amount of plastic consumed in the world. Continued increase in the use of disposable plastics products lead to increasing amounts of plastics ending up in the waste stream. Unfortunately, appropriate waste management strategies are not developing at the same rate as the increasing levels of plastic waste. Thus, a large amount of waste does not reach proper disposal sites, instead littering the landscape, and blowing or washing into the sea, which leads to serious environmental problems.   Recycling of the Plastic Products In 2013, only 3 million tons (9.23%) out of the total 32.5 million tons of plastic waste of the American Municipal Waste Stream have been recycled. The recycling stream for Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, which is the most common recycled material and makes up 19.87 percent of the recycled plastic materials. As can be seen, it is easily sorted out in the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) due to its shape, transparency, and density. The bottles are then shredded, washed and processed into new products such as food containers. Polyolefin, which have in general good recycling properties, but are difficult to separate due to their similar density, make up over 50% of the plastic waste (17.16% HDPE, 22.94% LDPE, 22.76% PP), but are not recycled. Using the appropriate reprocessing equipment or adding some additives can improve the recycled product properties. The growing amounts of plastic litter cause more and more environmental problems. For example, plastic shopping bags may be ingested by critically endangered Leatherback. Due to its desirable physical properties such as high tensile strength, high stiffness and high chemical resistance, PP has been widely used as packaging material for instance as margarine and yogurt containers, bottle caps and containers for microwavable food. However, it shows poor impact strength at low temperatures and is susceptible to environmental stress cracking. LDPE waste mostly results from bags and packaging films. Owing to its low mechanical properties but at the same time easy processability it is recycled as garbage bags.   Blending of Materials for Recycling One possibility to develop alternative recycling applications is blending LDPE with other materials to improve its low mechanical performance. HDPE is widely used for detergent and shampoo containers. Due to its higher strength and hardness, it can add tear strength, and puncture resistance when blended with LDPE or PP. The combination of HDPE, LDPE and PP is frequently found in polymer waste streams. Because of their similar density, they cannot be easily separated from each other in the recycling stream. In general, blends of PEs and PP have become a subject of great economic and research interest, not only to improve the processing and mechanical properties of PP, but also to some extent to expand opportunities to recycle these mixed plastics. Reprocessing of recycled material, both virgin and blended polymers, leads to degradation and consequently processing problems (Singh et al., 2017). Furthermore, recycling of blended materials in unknown ratios can lead to immiscible blends of varying and poor properties.  
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