Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/01/2013 -- PHA (Poly Hydroxyalkonoates) is aliphatic polyesters produced directly via fermentation of carbon substrate within a microorganism. The feedstocks for PHA production are sucrose, vegetable oils, and fatty acids. Also it can be produced from renewable carbon sources which include sugar and plant oils, and waste materials such as whey, molasses, and starch.PHA, blended with other polyesters has potential to replace polyolefins in packaging applications. Moreover, the use of PHA instead of polypropylene (PP) in the labels for high density polyethylene bottles reduces load on plastic recycling systems.
Lot of companies are already making significant progress in developing PHAs for commercial applications like injection molding adhesives, melt resins, and cast films. The current market is inhibited by high production cost of PHA but in future economies of scale and diverse applications market will expand the market for PHA based plastics. Increased environmental awareness and sustainability on the part of plastics manufacturers and users will fuel the growth of PHA based plastics market.
The report "Global PHA Market by applications & by bio-feedstocks (2011-2016)" segments by geography such as North America Europe, Asia-Pacific and rest of World . Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2011 through 2016.Information contained in the report includes market sizes, revenue forecasts, value chain, market & product trends, feedstock analysis ,price trends , cost analysis and regulations. Competitive information includes market shares of leading producers, key developments, strategy deployed to win, M&A's and profiles of leading manufacturers.
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