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BioPlastics: The Re-Invention of Plastics, San Francisco, June 13-15, 2012

Top Quote Join us at this DIFFERENTIATED & FOCUSED conference on "BIOPLASTICS" and get updated on how traditional polymers as well as newer materials are being developed from renewable food / non-food biomass; a radical shift from petroleum based industry. End Quote
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  • San Francisco, CA (1888PressRelease) January 16, 2012 - The 2010's appear to be lighting up the spirit of innovation in the field of chemicals/polymers in a manner similar to the one during 1930's to 1960's that led to the mighty Plastics Industry. This time the industry is in pursuit of manufacturing the traditional polymers as well as opening the path for newer materials but from renewable food / non-food biomass, thereby reducing dependence on crude oil. These developments, once considered academic only, are entering the commercial phase and represent truly remarkable innovations in the Chemicals Industry. Join us on this journey through the world of "BioPlastics: The Re-Invention of Plastics"; an adventure we have not seen in the chemical industry since the 1960's.

    CONFERENCE TOPICS:


    Pre-Conference Course I:
    Strategies for Emerging Companies in BioPlastics: Creating the Next Blockbuster

    Goal vs Deliverables: As a start-up or growing company, you will walk-away with key lessons on how to secure funding and create a blockbuster technology; the speaker Prof. Gary Lynn has been named 1-of-10 top management gurus in the world by Business 2.0 magazine
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    Pre-Conference Course II:
    BioPlastics: State-of-the-Industry & Future Trends

    Goal vs Deliverables: Those of us in the traditional plastics industry have been skeptical about the $ignificance of bioplastics but last 2-3 years have given us compelling reasons to stay on top of this game-changing technology. This CRASH-COURSE will enable you to grasp the TECHNOLOGICAL advances and BUSINESS update as of 2011 and point out the FUTURE trends.


    Session I: BioPlastics Today: Packaging--to--Durable Applications

    Goal vs Deliverables: Walk-away with information on diversity of commercial applications


    Session II: Traditional Plastics: Today from Food / Non-Food Biomass

    Goal vs Deliverables: Besides conventional PE now commercially made from biomass, get an update on POLYPROPYLENE and PET
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    Session III: Brand Owners: Leading the Wave

    Goal vs Deliverables: Walk-away with how Corporate Giants are shaping our future with their initiatives


    Session IV: Biobased Building Blocks: New Opportunities for
    BioPolymers

    Goal vs Deliverables: Availability of traditional and especially newer building blocks is creating a multitude of opportunities. Witness the potential !
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    Session V: Biobased Building Blocks / BioPlastics: Manufacturing
    Technology

    Goal vs Deliverables: Walk-away with an understanding of the PROCESSES that have enabled the traditional plastics to be made from biomass
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    Session VI: Biobased BioPolymer Modifiers

    Goal vs Deliverables: Keeping up with the theme of bioplastics, get an update on renewable/sustainable Modifiers
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    Session VII: End-of-Life Perspectives & Regulatory Update

    Goal vs Deliverables: Know the latest in handling the End-of-Life options for bioplastics; especially a novel technology to handle MIXED plastics scrap

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    Speaker Participation: Stevens Institute of Technology, IHS Chemicals Consulting, Plantic Technologies, FKuR, Huhtamaki, Danimer Scientific, PolyOne, NatureWorks, Purac, Braskem, Coca Cola, Sherwin Williams, Arkema, Elevance, Avantium, Case Western Reserve Univ, Amyris, Draths Corp, Cargill, Nissan Chemical, Hallstar, New Polymer Systems, BioCor, Avmat, and Picarro
    Why Register Early ?

    With an outstanding agenda and "Well Renowned" speakers, we encourage you to register and consider a Sponsorship / TableTop Exhibit as early as possible; note an Early Bird discount of 10% by MARCH 31 and a limited block of discounted rooms at San Francisco Hilton.

    For Registration / Sponsorship / Details, please CLICK the link below:

    http://www.BioPlastix.com

    Sincerely,

    Yash P. Khanna
    PhD - Polymer Science & Engineering
    InnoPlast Solutions, Inc
    735 Aran Drive
    Roswell, GA 30076, USA
    TEL: (973) 446-9531
    MOB: (973) 801-6212
    FAX: (973) 795-1030
    http://www.InnoPlastSolutions.com

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