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Global PVC packaging recycling has been successfully promoted in Europe. A new GBI Research Report by market analysts points out that in the past decade, the global demand for PVC has been steadily increasing, and the driving force of energy efficiency is expected to drive demand further

the new report studies synthetic resins, which are widely used in the construction industry because of their durability, strength and cost advantages. PVC is used to make pipes, electrical wiring insulators, packaging and automotive products

energy efficiency and energy conservation have become increasingly important in the world. The major PVC using regions in Europe have been concerned about the sustainable development of PVC for some time. The launch of the EU ethylene project in 2010 is mainly to ensure the voluntary commitment to strengthen the sustainable production and use of PVC. The results confirmed the great success of the project. During 2010, about 26084 bridges using FRP composite technology in the United States were mostly located in West Virginia, Ohio and New York. Two tons of post consumer PVC waste were recycled, exceeding the 10-year recycling target of 200000 tons. Based on this achievement, the EU has launched the ethylene plus program, which is expected to further promote the sustainable development of PVC in the region

Asia is the region with the highest demand for PVC, accounting for more than 65% of the global demand for PVC, which is mainly driven by China. The demand of developed countries like Japan has been basically stable, but the continuous economic growth and populous developing countries, such as India and China, mean that they have huge consumption. The combined activity of these two kinds of modified plastics just meets the activity potential of large-scale pipe PE processing. Because of this, the demand of the Asia Pacific region will promote P in the future. With the improvement of environmental protection regulations, it is very important to let this region participate in the efforts of sustainable development in Europe, which will help to improve energy efficiency and promote industrial cycle

in 2000, the global demand for PVC reached tons, and then increased to tons in 2011. The global demand is expected to grow in a compound year between 2011 and 2020. The coke billet seamless steel pipes of Xinlei group, Huixin and HSBC pipe industry constitute a fully specialized steel supply chain, with a rate of 4.9%, reaching tons in 2020

in 2011, the construction, packaging and power sectors were the leading end-use markets for PVC, with demand of tons, tons and tons respectively, accounting for about 75% of the global PVC demand. Automobile, agriculture, footwear and other end use energy industries account for the rest of the world's final demand

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