|BIC – Bio-based Industries Consortium||
BIC is the association that drives the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) EU Public Private Partnership. Rallying over 240 industry members covering the entire bio-industry value chain and over 200 associate members from associations and academia, BIC aims at accelerating market up-take for bio-based products, stimulating the EU Circular Economy. Within its publications, BIC analyses bio-based potential of EU countries and data related to the sector’s status and potential.
|Bioeconomy in figures 2008 - 2017Guidance for evaluating bio-basedBio-waste generation in the EU: Current capture levels and future potential|
|JRC - Joint Research Centre||
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
|European Platform on Life Cycle Assessment|
|CEFIC – The European Chemical Industry Council (Europe)||
From its base in Brussels, since 1972 CEFIC interacts with EU institutions and sector stakeholders on behalf of its members. Advocating for the sector in policy matters, CEFIC is very active in producing position papers and reports that generate and aggregates relevant scientific, regulatory and technical knowledge. Sector quarterly reports and in-depth monographic information can be found by browsing the newsroom and following CEFIC’s social media channels.
|Chemical Recycling: Greenhouse gas emission reduction potential of an emerging …Chemical Quarterly Report|
AMI is a provider of information, market intelligence and events for the global plastics industry. The business relies on specific databases for different topics related to plastics.
|Single-use flexible packaging in Europe - Regulatory context and market magnitu…|
|Publication office of the European Union||
The Publication Office of the European Union is in charge publishing the publications of the institutions of the European Union. Its core activities include production and dissemination of legal and general publications in a variety of paper and electronic formats. The EU Publications is an online library offers a collection of publications from the institutions and other bodies of the European Union, while the EU Open Data Portal offers a variety of free-to-use data sets on different topics.
|Biodegradability of plastics in the open environmentThe environmental impacts of plastics and micro-plastics use, waste and polluti…Datasets available on plastics|
|ICCA – International Council of Chemical Associations||
Representing chemical manufacturers and producers around the world, ICCA aims at unlocking solutions to society business challenges, in a safe and sustainable way, by collaborating with many global organisations, such as UNEP, UNITAR and the OECD. Among its resources, ICCA offers reports focused on sustainability, technical case studies and the economic impact of the chemical industry.
|Catalyzing Growth and Addressing Our Worlds Sustainability Challenges ReportAvoiding Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 17 cases studies|
PlasticsEurope is a pan-European association and represents plastics manufacturers active in the European plastics industry. PlasticsEurope regularly publishes market reports about the European plastics industry.
The Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) is an independent economic research institute that carries out basic and applied research, while providing impetus for business, politics and society.
|Innovative feedstocks in biodegradable bio-based plastics: a literature review Market dynamics of biodegradable bio-based plastics: projections and linkages t…|
European Bioplastics (EUBP) is the industry association representing the bioplastics industry in Europe across the entire bioplastics value chain. The association's key objectives are to serve as a contact and network platform, as a primary resource for information about the bioplastics industry, and as a catalyst for advancing the objectives of the growing bioplastics industry as a whole. On the political level, EUBP is working closely together with businesses, institutions, EU policy makers, and other key stakeholder groups to improve the policy and economical framework for the bioplastics industry in Europe.
|Bioplastics - facts and figures|