RePlast International Conference

RePlast International Conference ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 4, p. 685. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text G. E. Zaikov, N. N. Madyuskin, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 4, pp. 693 694. INFORMATION DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206040379 The Third RePlast Conference was held within devoted to production of binders from polystyrene the scope of the Interplastika-2005 Exhibition on foam wastes and their application in the foundry December 14 15, 2005 at the Moscow Business Cen- [O.I. Shinskii (Ukraine)] and also to manufacture of face slabs from polystyrene foam [A. Werner and ter. The main objective of the Conference was poly- E. Adler (Germany)]. mer recycling. The Conference was organized by the Plastics: Plastics Processing Industry journal and Session 3 included four presentations. V.V. Devyat- Messe Du sseldorf Moscow Ltd. kin (Russia) reported on the major drawbacks of the legal control in management of wastes as second- The Conference participants were more than 100 ary raw materials. He demonstrated the need in im- researchers, technologists, and businessmen from 60 provement of legislation in this area. Yu.M. Demidov organizations of seven countries (Austria, Belarus (Russia) reported on novel extrusion facilities devel- Republic, Germany, Italy, Russia, Slovakia, and oped at the Ekokhimmash for polymer reprocessing. Ukraine). Scientific principles of polymer recycling were con- The Conference Program included five plenary ses- sidered by G.E. Zaikov (Russia). Finally, the pre- sions. In the Opening Session there was outlined sentation entitled Recycling as a Special Column in the topicality of the problem of plastics recycling. It the Plastics Catalogue-2006 was made by D.V. Ish- was demonstrated that, counted in the volume units, chenko (Russia). the worldwide production of polymers exceeds that Session 4 included four presentations. I.A. Kirsh of steel, cast iron, rolled metal, and nonferrous metals (Russia) considered new prospects for the technology combined, being about 400 millions cubic meters, of reprocessing of polymeric composites, developed i.e., the mankind lived, first, in the Stone Age, then at the Moscow State University of Applied Biotech- in the Bronze and Iron Ages, and now it is living nology. in the Polymer Age. It was important also to outline the dynamics of polymer production: the worldwide The use of recycled PET in contact with foodstuffs production of polymers outdistances that of metals by was the topic of the lecture presented by P. Niedl 15 29% annually. But the more polymers, the more (Austria). F. Matel and R. Jchocova (Slovak Republic) reported on industrial applications of sound insulating wastes, which makes the problem of recycling very topical. materials based on tire reprocessing products. The last lecture of this Session was devoted to the progress in Session 1 included two lectures. R. Binder (Austria) crushing of polymer wastes on crushers from BSZ reported on recent developments in recycling of poly- Atlant Private Company [Yu.P. Belyaev (Belarus ethylene terephthalate (PET), and Ch. Fellner (Austria), Republic)]. on the problems of single-step reprocessing of various Session 5 also included four presentation. S.S. Kha- plastics. chatryan (Russia) considered commercial application Session 2 included five presentations. Advances in of wood polymer composites, and P. Pecchiardi and recovery of metallic inclusions from raw material to Kralij (Italy) reported on new recycling processes. eliminate sudden interrupts and breakage of facilities The last two contributions were devoted to reproces- in production of plastic goods were overviewed by sing of recycled PET without predrying and crystalli- A.A. Sandulyak (Russia). The problems of magnetic zation in twin-screw extruders [M. Berndt (Germany)] separation in recycling of plastics were analyzed by and to presentation of the Solid Domestic Wastes O.A. Dolgopolov (Russia). Bulletin [S.S. Emel’yanova (Russia)]. The discussions The great interest has been expressed by the par- performed at the Conference showed that the problems ticipants in the lecture presented by E. Condini and of polymer recycling are very topical, being yet far J. Martini (Italy) and devoted to modern processes from final solution. of recycling of PET bottles, developed at the Amut Company. The last two lectures of this Session were G. E. Zaikov and N. N. Madyuskin http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

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ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 4, p. 685. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text G. E. Zaikov, N. N. Madyuskin, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 4, pp. 693 694. INFORMATION DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206040379 The Third RePlast Conference was held within devoted to production of binders from polystyrene the scope of the Interplastika-2005 Exhibition on foam wastes and their application in the foundry December 14 15, 2005 at the Moscow Business Cen- [O.I. Shinskii (Ukraine)] and also to manufacture of face slabs from polystyrene foam [A. Werner and ter. The main objective of the Conference was poly- E. Adler (Germany)]. mer recycling. The Conference was organized by the Plastics: Plastics Processing Industry journal and Session 3 included four presentations. V.V. Devyat- Messe Du sseldorf Moscow Ltd. kin (Russia) reported on the major drawbacks of the legal control in management of wastes as second- The Conference participants were more than 100 ary raw materials. He demonstrated the need in im- researchers, technologists, and businessmen from 60 provement of legislation in this area. Yu.M. Demidov organizations of seven countries (Austria, Belarus (Russia) reported on novel extrusion facilities devel- Republic, Germany, Italy, Russia, Slovakia, and oped at the Ekokhimmash for polymer reprocessing. Ukraine). Scientific principles of polymer recycling were con- The Conference Program included five plenary ses- sidered by G.E. Zaikov (Russia). Finally, the pre- sions. In the Opening Session there was outlined sentation entitled Recycling as a Special Column in the topicality of the problem of plastics recycling. It the Plastics Catalogue-2006 was made by D.V. Ish- was demonstrated that, counted in the volume units, chenko (Russia). the worldwide production of polymers exceeds that Session 4 included four presentations. I.A. Kirsh of steel, cast iron, rolled metal, and nonferrous metals (Russia) considered new prospects for the technology combined, being about 400 millions cubic meters, of reprocessing of polymeric composites, developed i.e., the mankind lived, first, in the Stone Age, then at the Moscow State University of Applied Biotech- in the Bronze and Iron Ages, and now it is living nology. in the Polymer Age. It was important also to outline the dynamics of polymer production: the worldwide The use of recycled PET in contact with foodstuffs production of polymers outdistances that of metals by was the topic of the lecture presented by P. Niedl 15 29% annually. But the more polymers, the more (Austria). F. Matel and R. Jchocova (Slovak Republic) reported on industrial applications of sound insulating wastes, which makes the problem of recycling very topical. materials based on tire reprocessing products. The last lecture of this Session was devoted to the progress in Session 1 included two lectures. R. Binder (Austria) crushing of polymer wastes on crushers from BSZ reported on recent developments in recycling of poly- Atlant Private Company [Yu.P. Belyaev (Belarus ethylene terephthalate (PET), and Ch. Fellner (Austria), Republic)]. on the problems of single-step reprocessing of various Session 5 also included four presentation. S.S. Kha- plastics. chatryan (Russia) considered commercial application Session 2 included five presentations. Advances in of wood polymer composites, and P. Pecchiardi and recovery of metallic inclusions from raw material to Kralij (Italy) reported on new recycling processes. eliminate sudden interrupts and breakage of facilities The last two contributions were devoted to reproces- in production of plastic goods were overviewed by sing of recycled PET without predrying and crystalli- A.A. Sandulyak (Russia). The problems of magnetic zation in twin-screw extruders [M. Berndt (Germany)] separation in recycling of plastics were analyzed by and to presentation of the Solid Domestic Wastes O.A. Dolgopolov (Russia). Bulletin [S.S. Emel’yanova (Russia)]. The discussions The great interest has been expressed by the par- performed at the Conference showed that the problems ticipants in the lecture presented by E. Condini and of polymer recycling are very topical, being yet far J. Martini (Italy) and devoted to modern processes from final solution. of recycling of PET bottles, developed at the Amut Company. The last two lectures of this Session were G. E. Zaikov and N. N. Madyuskin

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