Sustainable flexible packaging based on polypropylene
Polypropylene (PP) is a very versatile material which is today – thanks to its wide performance window – used in many different flexible as well as rigid applications. Consequently, PP represents a large volume among the plastic materials used in the packaging industry.
We want to put facts on the table and discuss with the entire value chain how PP brings value into flexible packaging and the recycling industry.
Myth 1: PP flexible packaging stream is not sizeable
Speaker: Peter Niedersüss
Myth 2: PP recyclate from flexible packaging does not find valuable end applications
Speaker: Auli Nummila-Pakarinen
Myth 3: PP cannot be designed as mono material
Speaker: Stefan Ortner
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Borealis is one of the world’s leading providers of advanced and circular polyolefin solutions and a European market leader in base chemicals, fertilizers and the mechanical recycling of plastics.
With head offices in Vienna, Austria, Borealis has 7,500 employees and operates in over 120 countries. In 2020, Borealis generated EUR 6.8 billion in sales revenue and a net profit of EUR 589 million. OMV, the Austria-based international oil and gas company, owns 75% of Borealis, while the remaining 25% is owned by a holding company of the Abu-Dhabi based Mubadala. We supply services and products to customers around the globe through Borealis and two important joint ventures: Borouge (with the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, or ADNOC, based in UAE); and Baystar™ (with Total, based in the US).