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Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council: Driving Circular Solutions in Europe

Healthcare plastics have unique potential to be part of the Circular Economy movement, where nothing is lost or wasted and all resources are utilized to their highest potential, delivering better system-wide economic and environmental outcomes. HPRC's mission is to collaborate across the value chain to inspire and enable the healthcare community to implement viable, safe, and cost-effective solutions for plastics products and packaging. This presentation was from the March 2017 Medical Plastics Conference in Brussels.

Learn more at hprc.org.

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Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council: Driving Circular Solutions in Europe

  1. 1. Dominika Domanska |8th March 2017 Medical Plastics Conference
  2. 2. © Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council | European Chapter What We Aspire To Do 2 Vision All healthcare plastics are widely used as a valuable resource in the Circular Economy. Mission Collaborate across the value chain to inspire and enable the healthcare community to implement viable, safe, and cost-effective Circular Economy solutions for plastics products and packaging. Circular Economy Aligned Healthcare plastics have unique potential to be part of the Circular Economy movement, where nothing is lost or wasted and all resources are utilized to their highest potential, delivering better system-wide economic and environmental outcomes.
  3. 3. © Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council | European Chapter Circular Economy as a Value Chain Approach 3 A Value Chain Approach …inspire and enable… In Healthcare
  4. 4. © Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council | European Chapter High Quality Materials … PP PP, PET, PETG, PS PP or PVC“Blue Wrap” PP PP, PET, HDPE Tyvek® (HDPE) with PP Tray
  5. 5. © Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council | European Chapter The Healthcare Plastics Product – Packaging Value Chain 5
  6. 6. © Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council | European Chapter Europe Members (Just Getting Started) 6 Reaching out to…
  7. 7. © Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council | European Chapter Focus Areas to start with … 7 • Create principles of CE for health care • Identify macro trends and possible impacts • Create demand / market to create value • Identify areas of opportunity in hospitals for collection • Create a coalition for CE solutions, identify stakeholders • Develop education / training tools Dialogue Toolbox Facts & Figures Product Design • Analyze material flows and compositions to identify hotspots • Create / Review LCA Case for plastic recycling • Identify plastic products for recycled material in hospitals • Develop a business case on plastics recycling • Find opportunities in packaging / product for recycled content • Develop case studies as proof points
  8. 8. www.hprc.orgFor More Information: Dominika Domanska ddomans@its.jnj.com +32 (0) 746 31 49
  9. 9. Tekchnical Department The Medical Plastics Conference Brussels 7-8 March 2017 Enabling Circular Solutions in Healthcare Plastics -Insights from Aarhus University Hospital Susanne Backer CE Project Manager
  10. 10. 1. Indlæg Technical Department Aarhus University Hospital •Clinical departments: 44 •Number of beds: 1.150 •Staff: 9.400 FTEs •Annual activities: •833.655 out-patients visits • 41.730 emergency visits •100.817 discharges • 81.125 surgeries • 44.600 endoscopies • 4.647 births Aarhus Universityhospital
  11. 11. Waste at Aarhus University Hospital 2016: • Approx. 3.300 t/y • 20% Recycled • 79% Waste to energy • 1% Landfill 2030: • t/y - Constant • 70% Recycled • 29% Waste to energy • 1% Landfill
  12. 12. Project Aims • To increase recycling and Circular Economy of hospital plastic packaging waste. • To Develop and test a value chain model for creation of commercial and other kinds of value out of hospital plastic packaging waste in cooperation with stakeholders.
  13. 13. Circular Economy (CE) – ’The Butterfly Model’ by EMF
  14. 14. Recycling and Circular Economy (CE) at AUH
  15. 15. Recycling and Circular Economy (CE) Level of CE AUH plastic waste packaging AUH/CR Possibilities for action Waste Prevention/sharin g 3 layers of packaging for sterile equipment Single/multiuse Logisitics Type and quality of Packaging? Design of packaging? Bio degradeable packaging? Maintain/prolong Sterile packaging Virgin materials ? Re-use, re- distribute Containers for fluids Dialogue with suppliers about deposit system? Refurbish/ Re-manufacture Sterile packaging Virgin materials ? Recycle Mixed fraction Partly recycable Clinical sorting Clinical sorting Logistics Design criteria? ?
  16. 16. Results - Clinical Sorting November 2016 Plastic (kg)1 Solid waste/ day/including plastic (kg.) Plastic part of solid waste (%) Patient ward -child 2.0 n.a. n.a. Patient ward -heart 0.5 n.a. n.a. Patient ward -lung 0.7 n.a. n.a. Patient wards total 4.2 n.a. n.a. Operations Dep. 1 10 64 15% Operations Dep. 2 30 197 15% Operations Dep. 3 20 131 15% Operations Dept. 59 392 15% Pharmacy 7 19 34% Intensive preperations 17 54 32% Radiology 3 32 9% Auxilliary total 27 105 25%
  17. 17. Plastic Packaging – a Complex Fraction Unknown plastic type LDPE (4) Other plastic types (7) Thick shrink plastic (PA+PP+EVOH) PE+PET Thick shrink plastic (PP+HDPE) PET (1) LLDPE (stretch film) PP (5) PA+PE Tyvek (PE+EVA) PS (6) Ethylene Vinyl Copolymer Soft HDPE (2) Thin HDPE (crackling disposable bags) HDPE (2) EPS (6)
  18. 18. Clinical Sorting - by types of packaging 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Blue wraps Other types of soft plastic Header bags (soft plastic) Peel packs (soft plastic) Shrink plastic (soft plastic) Films Containers (hard plastic) Moulded (hard plastic) kg/48hours LDPE (4) Other plastic (7) Thick shrink plastic (PA+PP+EVOH) PE+PET Thick shrink plastic (PP+HDPE) PET (1) LLDPE (stretch film) PP (5) PA+PE Tyvek (PE+EVA) PS (6) Ethylene Vinyl Copolymer Soft HDPE (2) Thin HDPE (crackling disposable bags) HDPE (2) EPS (6) Unknown plastic type
  19. 19. ’Suppliers of Plastic Packaging Waste’ 500 kgs of solid waste 90 kgs of plastic packaging 45 kgs with supplier name = 162 different suppliers!!
  20. 20. Preliminary recommendations: 1. Mark all plastic packaging for recycling 2. Reduce the numbers of polymers 3. Give preference to recycables 4. Think re-circulation of ressources
  21. 21. Tekchnical Department INVITATION 24 -25April 2017 CE Value Chain Workshop Plastic Packaging for the Health Sector Aarhus University Hospital Contact: Susanne Backer suback@rm.dk ++45 40328360

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Healthcare plastics have unique potential to be part of the Circular Economy movement, where nothing is lost or wasted and all resources are utilized to their highest potential, delivering better system-wide economic and environmental outcomes. HPRC's mission is to collaborate across the value chain to inspire and enable the healthcare community to implement viable, safe, and cost-effective solutions for plastics products and packaging. This presentation was from the March 2017 Medical Plastics Conference in Brussels. Learn more at hprc.org.

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