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Reportage on oxo-degradable plastic bags on the French TV on April 2nd, 2015News flash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ieo4_aCm84 Full reportage: http://www.francetvinfo.fr/replay-magazine/france-2/envoye-special/video-le-grand-mechant-sac_866833.html
Review of information on enzyme-mediated degradable plastics - Deconinck, S. and De Wilde, B.OWS reviewed the publically available information on the biodegradability and compostability of "enzyme-mediated degradable plastics", with a specific focus on 5 companies (May 2014)
Recent developments in standardisation & certification of oxo-degradable plastics - Deconinck, S.Presented at the 8th European Bioplastics conference, Berlin, Germany, December 10-11, 2013
Evaluation of anaerobic digestion in the NetherlandsCharacterization of the current situation of the AD sector in the Netherlands.
- Phase 1: Technical and financial information of more than 80 AD plants
- Phase 2: Biological and technical evaluation of 19 AD plants (available for download)
Planta da tratamiento de residuos sólidos urbanos mediante biometanización y compostaje de Vitoria-GasteizInfoenviro May 2007
Experiences on 20 years of biopolymer testing and certification: Challenges and new developments - De Wilde, B.Presented at the 3rd International PLASTiCE Conference, Warsaw, October 1-2, 2013. A video of this presentation can be downloaded here.
Report on current relevant biodegradation and ecotoxicity standards - B. De Wilde, N. Mortier & S. Verstichel (OWS), D. Briassoulis, M. Babou, A. Mistriotis & M. Hiskakis (Agricultural University of Athens)Deliverable of KBBPPS project (Knowledge Based Bio-based Products' Pre-Standardization) funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013 under grant agreement n° KBBE/FP7EN/312060/KBBPPS).
Benefits and challenges of bio- and oxo-degradable plastics - A comparative literature study - Deconinck, S. and De Wilde, B. - Executive summaryExecutive summary of a study performed for Plastics Europe (August 2013)
Benefits and challenges of bio- and oxo-degradable plastics - A comparative literature study - Deconinck, S. and De Wilde, B. - Final reportFinal report of a study performed for Plastics Europe (August 2013)
The DRANCO technology: a unique digestion technology for solid organic waste – De Baere L.