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Center of Sciences for the Development CCD - Solutions for post-consumer waste: packaging and products

Grant number: 21/11967-6
Support Opportunities:Research Grants - Science Centers for Development
Duration: June 01, 2022 - May 31, 2027
Field of knowledge:Interdisciplinary Subjects
Principal Investigator:Eloísa Elena Corrêa Garcia
Grantee:Eloísa Elena Corrêa Garcia
Host Institution: Instituto de Tecnologia de Alimentos (ITAL). Agência Paulista de Tecnologia dos Agronegócios (APTA). Secretaria de Agricultura e Abastecimento (São Paulo - Estado). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Pesquisadores principais:
Cláudia Echevenguá Teixeira ; Marisa Padula ; Susana Carla Farias Pereira ; Vivian Lara dos Santos Silva Rossignolo
Associated researchers: Adriane Angélica Farias Santos Lopes de Queiroz ; Alexandre Pignanelli ; Ana Paula Reis Nolêtto ; Anna Lucia Mourad ; Beatriz Thie Iamanaka ; Bernadette Dora Gombossy de Melo Franco ; Camila Camolesi Guimarães ; Carmen Cecilia Tadini ; Cassiana Carolina Montagner ; Christiane Quartarolli Moreira ; Claire Isabel Grígoli de Luca Sarantópoulos ; Daniele Fidelis Borges ; Danielle Ito ; Diego Stéfani Teodoro Martinez ; Edvaldo Rodrigo de Morais ; Eliane Aparecida Benato Rodrigues da Silva ; Elisabete Segantini Saron ; Fabiana Ramos Souza Felipe ; Fábio Gomes Teixeira ; Fausto Makishi ; Fernanda Peixoto Manéo ; Fiorella Balardin Hellmeister Dantas ; Gabriel Vicente Bitencourt de Almeida ; Gessuir Pigatto ; Gustavo Henrique Moraes ; Izabel Cristina Freitas Moraes ; Joao Paulo Fabi ; Joyce Borghetti Pitta ; Juliana Bonomi Santos de Campos ; Juliana da Silva Bernardes ; Juliana Sanches de Laurentiz ; Larissa Felicidade Werkhauser Demarco ; Leandro Hiroyuki Moriyama Konatu ; Leda Coltro ; Letícia dos Santos Macedo ; Luciana Harumi Hashiba Maestrelli Horta ; Luciana Marques Vieira ; Luciana Stocco Betiol ; Luis Henrique Pereira ; Luís Marangoni Júnior ; Marcelo Gattermann Perin ; Maria Teresa de Alvarenga Freire ; Mariana Amaral Dias ; Mário Tyago Murakami ; Mary Ângela Favaro Perez ; Merenice Roberto Sobrinho ; Michele Scarton ; Milena Martelli Tosi ; Neusely da Silva ; Patrícia Kaji Yasumura ; Paula Fernanda Janetti Bócoli ; Paulo Henrique Massaharu Kiyataka ; Paulo José do Amaral Sobral ; Pedro Tonhozi de Oliveira ; Raquel Massulo Souza ; Roniérik Pioli Vieira ; Rubia Figueredo Gouveia ; Sandra Balan Mendoza Jaime ; Sandra Lúcia de Moraes ; Silvia Tondella Dantas ; Simone Sehnem ; Susana Marta Isay Saad ; Tiago Bassani Hellmeister Dantas ; Victor Zeferino e Resende
Associated scholarship(s):24/00347-5 - Recycling post-consumer polyolefins for food contact material, considering the Brazilian scenario: analytical determinations and risk assessment of migration of intentionally added substances and non-intentionally added substances, BP.PD
23/13997-5 - Co-creation, Education, and Dissemination of Solutions for Solid Waste Reduction in Food Services, BP.PD
23/15354-4 - Reverse logistics of packaging in Brazil: models, solutions and socio-productive inclusion., BP.PD


The National Policy for Solid Residue (NPSR), enforced in 2010 by Law 12.305, has driven important initiatives to deal with the enormous volume of USR generated in Brazil every day. However a great number of problems remain unsolved, the solution of which requires a systemic vision about USR management involving shelf life of products, education for sustainable consumption, recognition of solid residue as a reusable and recyclable economic good of social value and USR management aligned with principles of sustainable development. The NPSR also defines the responsibilities of several links that are part of the supply chain relative to the destination of residue after consumption, relevance of collectors in the residue management systems, structure for RS treatment, decommissioning of landfill and reverse logistics for products (including packages, which represent about 32% of USR).Required solutions for USR are rather complex once they involve technological development, management of cities, diversity of available infrastructure in different cities and regions and they depend of the engagement of stakeholders such as public government, private sector and population in general. For all these reasons, the management of post-consumption solid residue requires a holistic vision of the whole chain - from production to end consumer as well as consumers' education for the correct residue disposal in order to meet reverse logistics, social concern relative to collectors and cooperatives that collect and sort recyclables, circular economy applied to disposed packages and food residue that return to cycle by means of recycling processes and compost or biomethanation. By taking all these factors in consideration, it is remarkable that the post-consumption solid residue in the State of SP is an issue far from being solved in its integrality. That is why SAA decided to prioritize this theme through Cetea in Ital.This proposal aims to contribute with effective solutions for this important problem through the creation of CCD - Solutions for post-consumption residue: packages and products, with the mission of developing innovative solutions oriented to the post-consumption residue problem in order to reduce or eliminate its negative impact based on the circular economy principles and on the Sustainable Development Objectives.CCD is committed to generating and sharing applied knowledge to support the development of sustainable solutions for the productive sector and the society by means of technological and social innovations, business models and proposal of public policies.CCD will promote the integration of food production and other consumption and package products with researches conducted by the main institutions of the State of SP focused on solutions for post-consumption urban residue through the development of innovative materials and packages, technology for reuse of organic solid residue for the production of biogas, innovative processes for plastic recycling and other innovative actions for the management and promotion of circular economy by means of material and packaging systems optimization to reduce food waste, loss reduction by the mitigation of residue and reinforcement of environmental education.For the organization and development of CCD activities, five research platforms, deployed in lines and research projects, were formed:1. Management and innovation for the circular economy in the organizations and chains2. Organic residue mitigation impact3. Design, materials and innovative technologies4. Technologies of reuse and recycling5. Education and culture for circular economyTo close, CCD Circula aims to be a reference in the State of SP and in Brazil for the development and certification of sustainable solutions for USR management in order to contribute to the environmental education and conscious consume to combat greenwashing. (AU)

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(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
TURRIZIANI, BRUNA BONATO; PEREZ, MARY ANGELA FAVARO; KIYATAKA, PAULO HENRIQUE MASSAHARU; VIEIRA, RONIERIK PIOLI; MARANGONI JUNIOR, LUIS; ALVES, ROSA MARIA VERCELINO. Effect of maleic anhydride-based compatibilizer incorporation on the properties of multilayer packaging films for meat products. JOURNAL OF POLYMER RESEARCH, v. 30, n. 6, p. 11-pg., . (18/15758-0, 18/15759-6, 21/04043-2, 17/50349-0, 21/11967-6)
TURRIZIANI, BRUNA BONATO; VIEIRA, RONIERIK PIOLI; MARANGONI JR, LUIS; ALVES, ROSA MARIA VERCELINO. Mechanical Recycling of Multilayer Flexible Packaging Employing Maleic Anhydride as Compatibilizer. JOURNAL OF POLYMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT, v. N/A, p. 13-pg., . (17/50349-0, 21/11967-6, 21/04043-2)

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