Ineffective Legislative Impact on Global Polymer Demand Reductions

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This insight studies the impact of current legislation on single-use primary plastic packaging on a global scale. A hypothetical legislative case assumes that current, nationally passed legislation will impact demand regardless of feasibility. Key components of legislation boil down to single-use plastic bans and recycled content mandates which both aim to reduce virgin polymer demand and packaging waste by extension. These legislative targets are modeled against Wood Mackenzie’s base scenario to determine the possible impact of legislation on the future of plastic packaging demand within individual countries and the global market.

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