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Title:Študija trajnosti in izzivov oskrbovalne verige bioplastike
Authors:Uršič, Luka (Author)
Obrecht, Matevž (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FL - Faculty of Logistic
Abstract:V diplomskem delu je obravnavana tematika bioplastike kot trajnostne rešitve tesno povezana s količino plastičnih odpadkov, ki jo potrošniška družba proizvaja. Ker je problematika vsak dan večja, stopnja reciklaže pa ne raste premo sorazmerno s produkcijo odpadkov, je vpeljava novih alternativ ključnega pomena. Kljub številnim pozitivnim lastnostim ima konvencionalna plastika na okolje in prostor izrazito negativen vpliv, zato je iskanje rešitev v okvirih trajnostnega razvoja ter uvajanje tehnoloških izboljšav več kot nujno. Kot možno alternativo bomo predstavili bioplastiko, saj se uveljavlja splošno mnenje, da bi le-ta lahko pripomogla k manjši okoljski obremenitvi. Analizirali ter kritično ovrednotili bomo oskrbovalno verigo bioplastike ter teoretični del namenili izzivom, s katerimi se trajnostne rešitve soočajo. Raziskovalni del je namenjen primerjalni analizi dobrih praks, kjer nas je zanimala vpeljava bioplastike kot alternativne rešitve v slovenski prostor kot tudi njena oskrbovalna veriga ter analiza trajnosti. Raziskavo smo izvedli z metodo polstrukturiranih intervjujev, s pomočjo katerih smo želeli podrobno raziskati tematiko izdelave bioplastike v praksi, jo kritično ovrednotiti ter jo umestiti v koncept trajnostnih rešitev.
Keywords:bioplastika, biorazgradljiva plastika, biopolimer, oskrbovalna veriga, trajnostni razvoj
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[L. Uršič]
Source:Celje
UDC:658.7
COBISS_ID:60864771 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:YJXKIOJD
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Licensing start date:12.11.2020

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Language:English
Title:Study of sustainability and challenges in bioplastic suply chain
Abstract:The diploma thesis researches the topic of bioplastic as a sustainable solution closely connected with the amount of plastic waste, which is produced by the consumers' society. Because problems in the area are constantly growing, the level of recycling does not follow the pattern, new alternatives are becoming of key importance. In spite of numerous positive features, conventional plastic has extremely negative impact on the environment; therefore, searching for solutions on the level of sustainable development and induction of technological improvement is more than necessary. We will present bioplastic as a possible alternative because of the general opinion that it could help to lower environmental burden. We will analyze and critically evaluate the supply chain of bioplastic. The theoretical part will research challenges that the sustainable solutions face. The empirical part of the thesis includes a comparative analysis of good practice where we are interested in including bioplastic as an alternative solution in Slovenia as well as its supply chain and sustainability analysis. We have done the research with the method of half-structured interviews where we wanted to research in details the topic of producing bioplastic in practice, critically respond to it, and place it into the concept of sustainable solutions.
Keywords:bioplastic, biodegradable plastic, biopolymer, supply chain, sustainable development


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