Sutainable Plastics and Transition Pathways - Phase 2

Projekt: Forskning

Projektinformation

Beskrivning

STEPS goal is to facilitate this transition by sharing innovation, knowledge and findings between academia, industry and society. STEPS partners include Lund University, RISE IVF, IVL, 21 industrial partners and County council of Scania county of Sweden representing the entire value chains in a sustainable plastics system.

STEPS is looking for sustainable solutions throughout the value chain from renewable feedstock, conversion and design to post-consumer plastic waste handling. STEPS concept is to design sustainable plastics with desired material properties and life-cycle by matching suitable carbon-neutral building blocks.
AkronymSTEPS Phase 2
StatusPågående
Gällande start-/slutdatum2020/09/012024/08/31

Samarbetspartner

  • Lunds universitet (huvudsaklig)
  • RISE IVF AB (Medsökande)
  • IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute (Medsökande)
  • University of Copenhagen (Medsökande)
  • Bona (Projektpartner)
  • AB Ludvig Svensson (Projektpartner)
  • Avient Colorants Sweden AB (Projektpartner)
  • BPC Instruments AB (Projektpartner)
  • Clariant SE (Projektpartner)
  • Electrolux (Projektpartner)
  • General Plastics Scandinavia AB (GPS) (Projektpartner)
  • IKEA of Sweden AB (Projektpartner)
  • IKEM - Innovations- och Kemiindustrierna i Sverige (Projektpartner)
  • Jonas Ihreborn AB (Projektpartner)
  • Nordic Sugar A/S (Projektpartner)
  • Orkla Foods (Projektpartner)
  • Polykemi AB (Projektpartner)
  • Quantafuel ASA (Projektpartner)
  • Sumitomo Bakelite Europe NV (Projektpartner)
  • Svensk Plastindustriförening SPIF (Projektpartner)
  • Sveriges stärkelseproducenter (Projektpartner)
  • Tetra Pak AB (Projektpartner)
  • TePe Munhygienprodukter AB (Projektpartner)
  • Region Skåne (Projektpartner)

Finansiering

  • MISTRA, Swedish foundation for strategic environmental research

Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ)

  • Polymerkemi
  • Kemiska processer
  • Energisystem
  • Statsvetenskap
  • Mikrobiologi