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Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (rPET) Market: Trends, Challenges, and Innovations

Steve Anderson
Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (rPET) Market: Trends, Challenges, and Innovations

The global recycled polyethylene terephthalate market size is anticipated to reach USD 18.8 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 8.5% from 2024 to 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The growth of the market can be attributed to the rising sustainability measures undertaken by food & beverage and packaging companies. The growing efforts for a circular economy by end-users and increasing adoption of recycled plastics in the packaging, textiles, and other end-use industries are anticipated to drive the demand for recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET) during the forecast period. Furthermore, recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) is used for developing both, colored and clear (white/non-colored) products.

Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate Market Report Highlights

·        The clear product segment led the market and accounted for a revenue share of over 76% in 2023. Low energy requirements and ease of bottle-to-bottle recycling are expected to drive the product demand over the forecast period. The segment is expected to witness a high growth rate owing to its non-reactive & shatterproof properties and excellent durability & low weight

·        Major application areas of colored rPET are automotive trays, in-process protective packaging, electronics & electrical packaging, containers, transit trays, healthcare packaging, and other plastic trays. Colored rPET is used in the production of fabrics and clothing and various packaging applications

·        A rise in bottle-to-bottle production and growth of the beverages market in Asia Pacific are expected to drive rPET market growth over the forecast period. Recycled PET packaging for food & beverages provides thermal insulation and environmental impact resistance. The packaging also proves to be cost-effective owing to the low cost involved in its production

·        Increasing spending on commissioning manufacturing units, particularly in Asia Pacific, is expected to boost the demand for rPET in the non-food bottles & containers segment. Government subsidies in the form of tax incentives in countries, such as China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Thailand, across various industries, such as bottles and containers, are expected to drive the product demand

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However, clear rPET products are the most sought after by both, recyclers and end-use industries owing to their lower costs than colored rPET products. Colored rPET is preferred by packaging product and bottle manufacturers as it gives them brand identity and ensures the development of products with improved aesthetics. However, clear rPET products are the most sought after by both, recyclers and end-use industries owing to their lower costs than colored rPET products. Furthermore, the ban on landfills has been introduced in several developed nations in North America and Europe, such as Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Denmark, Belgium, and several states in the U.S. and Canadian provinces.

In Europe, landfill bans have existed for decades. Furthermore, plans are being developed in the UK, and Australia has legislated the introduction of a range of bans in the next few years. In addition, various end-use industries have implemented the utilization of rPET for the manufacturing of their products. This enables them to control the raw material cost, along with positioning themselves as an environmentally-friendly product developer in comparison to their counterparts. For instance, On May 9, 2023, the company announced the acquisition of Iber Resinas SL, a Spain-based plastic recycling company. With this acquisition, TotalEnergies is projected to expand its footprint in the European markets.

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We segmented the recycled polyethylene terephthalate market report on the basis of product, source, grade, form, end-use, and regions.

Research Methodology

We employ a comprehensive and iterative research methodology focused on minimizing deviance in order to provide the most accurate estimates and forecasts possible. We utilize a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches for segmenting and estimating quantitative aspects of the market. Data is continuously filtered to ensure that only validated and authenticated sources are considered. In addition, data is also mined from a host of reports in our repository, as well as a number of reputed paid databases. Our market estimates and forecasts are derived through simulation models. A unique model is created and customized for each study. Gathered information for market dynamics, technology landscape, application development, and pricing trends are fed into the model and analyzed simultaneously.


About Grand View Research

Grand View Research provides syndicated as well as customized research reports and consulting services on 46 industries across 25 major countries worldwide. This U.S. based market research and consulting company is registered in California and headquartered in San Francisco. Comprising over 425 analysts and consultants, the company adds 1200+ market research reports to its extensive database each year. Supported by an interactive market intelligence platform, the team at Grand View Research guides Fortune 500 companies and prominent academic institutes in comprehending the global and regional business environment and carefully identifying future opportunities.



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