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1 Production and market General In 2003, approximately 169 million tonnes of plastics are produced worldwide. 7 shows the growth of plastic versus steel and aluminium. 8. 8: Yearly polymer consumption per capita in the EU-15 Polymers 9 Chapter 1 Generally, the polymer industry consists of polymer manufacturers, converters and machine manufacturers. 4 million people (2003). Around 45 companies in EU-15 – mainly multinationals – produce the large volume thermoplastic materials which are sold to around 30000 small and medium sized companies which process the polymers into products for end use.
Residual monomers may also be dissolved in the final product. The reduction to legally specified or lower levels requires additional treatment during the work-up phase. Auxiliaries such as initiators, chain transfer agents or sometimes emulsifiers or colloidal stabilisers either become part of the product or are separated. Some of the monomers, dispersants and additives used can be dangerous for human health and/or the environment, and available information on the reduction of their emissions or their substitution has to be taken into account when selecting BAT [27, TWGComments, 2004].
While some of these products stayed competitive (rubbers, viscose fibres), others – especially in the field of thermoplastic material applications – did not, mainly for economic reasons or insufficient properties but sometimes also due to high environmental costs. Newer attempts to develop wood-based plastics (‘synthetic wood’) remained limited to niche applications (laminates for flooring, boats, musical instruments). g. polylactic acid) and blend systems of starch and petrochemically produced polymers present new opportunities to use renewable resources as raw materials for plastics.