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Webinar: bio-based plastics

Renewable raw materials instead of fossil sources!

Fossil or renewable raw materials?
Simple substitution with the same material properties!

Do you believe that bio-based plastics are an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional plastics? Do you think that a bio-based plastic can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? And do you know whether these materials can be processed just as well as conventional ones? We will explore these and other questions in our webinar focusing on bio-based “drop-in” plastics.

What exactly are bio-based plastics?

Bio-based plastics can be a real alternative to fossil-based plastics, especially when it comes to replacing long-lasting plastics. But what exactly is a “bio-based plastic”?

Was sind eigentlich biobasierte Kunststoffe?

Focus webinar

When? Wednesday, May 15th, 2024
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Attention: in German language!

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Bio-based plastics:
are those biodegradable plastics?

Carolin Theunissen and Niklas Voß explain in detail in the webinar (IN GERMAN LANGUAGE) what biobased means, what is meant by “drop-in” and what the special characteristics of purely biobased plastics are. They will explain their technical properties in detail and go into the specific aspects that are important for successful processing. In addition to the diverse fields of application, the possibilities for certifying the end products are presented and end-of-life scenarios and the recyclability of these special plastics are highlighted.

Added value for the circular economy!

Register for our free webinar and find out how easy it can be to create products from bio-based plastics! Turn the opportunities offered by bio-based plastics into a valuable contribution to the circular economy.


  • Definition and differentiation: bio-based and biodegradable plastics, drop-ins
  • Technical properties and processing methods
  • Advantages, prejudices and concerns
  • Certifications and communication around bioplastics
  • Disposal routes and opportunities for the circular economy
  • Best practice examples

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