Dr. Prashant Gupta
3 Hour(s) 40 Minute(s)

INR 6999 INR 4999


USD 86 USD 61



The market for recycled plastics is growing rapidly, with the global market size expected to reach USD 72.6 billion by 2028. Mechanical recycling of thermoplastics is a key driver of this growth, providing a sustainable solution for plastic waste reduction and economic benefits to industry players. This course will cover the different types of thermoplastics that can be mechanically recycled, the methods used to recycle them, and the quality control measures required to ensure that recycled materials meet industry standards. It will also provide insights into the current regulatory landscape and real-world case studies of successful implementation in industry.

What Will
You Learn?

  • The different types of thermoplastics that can be mechanically recycled and their properties.
  • The mechanical recycling methods used to recycle thermoplastics, including shredding, granulation, and extrusion.
  • The benefits and limitations of each mechanical recycling method.
  • The importance of quality control and testing in mechanical recycling, and the different types of testing used to assess the quality of recycled materials.
  • The applications of recycled thermoplastics in industry, including their use in packaging, automotive, construction, and other sectors.
  • The economic and environmental benefits of mechanical recycling, including cost savings, waste reduction, and reduced carbon footprint.
  • The current regulatory landscape for recycled thermoplastics, including regulations and standards that govern the quality and safety of recycled materials.

Who this
course is for!

  • Engineers and technicians involved in plastic processing and manufacturing.
  • Managers and executives (R & D/QC/Production/sustainability) responsible for waste reduction, sustainability, and environmental compliance.
  • Researchers and academics interested in the development and implementation of sustainable plastic recycling technologies.
  • Professionals involved in product design, development, and testing.
  • Supply chain professionals involved in the procurement and management of plastic materials.
  • Regulatory and compliance professionals responsible for ensuring compliance with regulations and standards related to plastic waste management.
  • Professionals involved in the use of recycled plastics in their products or processes.

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Course Curriculum 3 Hour(s) 40 Minute(s) Download

  • Part 1

    65 min

  • Part 1

    98 min

  • Part 1

    28 min

  • Part 1

    29 min


Dr. Prashant Gupta
Ph.D. (Tech) Polymer Engineering & Technology

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Dr. Prashant Gupta is working as an Assistant Professor in the Plastic and Polymer Engineering Department at Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad, Maharashtra. He has completed his Ph.D. in Polymer Engineering & Technology, Post Graduate D...

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