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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009

Atelier Matières Premières Renouvelables
Assemblée Générale Valbiom
29 avril 2009

Daniel Rahier
DuPont

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Aims of the Lead Market Initiative (LMI)
◊ Facilitate the development of innovative markets bringing high
economic & social values
◊ By creating the conditions to facilitate the translation of innovations
into commercial products
◊ 6 Lead Market Initiatives:
- e-health
- Sustainable Construction
- Protective textiles
- Bio-based products
- Recycling
- Renewable energies

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Definition bio-based products
◊ Bio-based products refer to non-food products derived from
biomass (plants, algae, crops, trees, marine organisms and biological
waste from households, animal & food production).

◊ They may range from high value added fine chemicals
(pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food additives) to high volume
materials such as bio-polymers or chemical feedstock.

◊ They exclude traditional bio-based products such as pulp and
paper, wood products and bio-mass as an energy source

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Lead Market Initiative
for Bio-based Products
Policy measures to stimulate uptake and demand for bio-based products:
1.

Legislation: ensure a coherent, comprehensive and coordinated
development of policies and regulations that impact the development of
bio-based product markets

2.

Public procurement: encourage Green Public Procurement for biobased products

3.

Standardisation/Labelling: Establish standards and labels for specific
bio-based products

4.

Finance: support access to finance for R&D&I; promote the
establishment of biorefinery pilot plants and demonstrators involving all
actors and investments at EU, national and regional level.

5.

Communication: conduct an information campaign, communication of
policies regarding bio-based products as well as the benefits of these
products

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Lead Market Initiative
Legislation
Recommendations
1.

On Innovation & Economic Implementation: setting up demonstration
projects via public-private partnerships, take the international dimension
into account

2.

Legislation promoting market development: Carbon within bio-based
products taken as savings, eco-incentives (taxation, state aids,
indicatives targets for bio-based

3.

Product specific legislation

4.

Legislation related to “Access to Biomass” at competitive prices &
fair market conditions Finance: Recommendation related to the
Common Agricultural Policy, Improve land productivity in a sustainable
way, Implement the existing regulation for GM crops.

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Lead Market Initiative
Standards, labeling & certification*
Recommendations
1.

Develop a European Standard to determine the “bio-based content,
common for all bio-based

2.

Use “carbon footprint” as main sustainability indicator until a
standardized LCA method has been worked out assessing the
sustainability of the whole life cycle of the product.

3.

Develop simple “added value” criteria for public procurement

*

Work in progress at the Centre Européen de Standardisation et de
Normalisation (CEN)

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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The Market for bio-based products
Key drivers
◊ Limited availability & increased costs of fossil resources
◊ Policy development: Climate Change, Sustainable production, Lisbon agenda,
Knowledge-based economy
◊ Evolving consumers' demand (sustainability awareness
The Potential Market*

Value of bio-based products (US $)

2005

2010

2020

77 bn

125 bn

250 bn

190,000

250,000

23 bn (EU)

Bio-based related jobs (EU)

120,000

* Source: EU Taskforce on bio-based products

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LMI Biobased Products
Market drivers & public procurement
◊ Some systems already in place in some MS
◊ www.bio-economy.net

Bioeconomy

In the Member States
& associated countries

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Ad-hoc Advisory Group
LMI Biobased Products
Chair:
• Peter Schintlmeister (Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, Austria)

WG leaders:
• WG 1 - The impact of legislation and policies – Dirk Carrez
(EuropaBio) (both as regards raw materials and products)
• WG 2 - Standards, labeling and certification - Francesco Degli Innocenti
(Novamont)
• WG 3 - Market drivers and public procurement - Christer Segersteen
(European Forest owner association)

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www.bio-economy.net

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009

Atelier Matières Premières Renouvelables
Assemblée Générale Valbiom
29 avril 2009
DuPont Applied BioSciences

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DuPont at a Glance
• A Science Company – 5,000 scientists & engineers
• 206 Years of Innovation (Founded in 1802) - $ 1.4 billion R&D investment
• Global revenues of $30.5 Billion (2008) from which 31.5% in the EMEA region
• 60,000 employees operating in over 70 countries from which 14.000 in the EMEA
region
• More than 75 R&D / customer support labs worldwide
Agriculture
& Nutrition

Coatings
& Color
Technologies

Performance
Materials

Electronic
& Communication
Technologies

Safety
& Protection

Te
ch
Pla nol
tfo ogy
rm

DuPont
Applied
BioSciences

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Our 2015 Sustainability Goals
We are reducing DuPont’s Footprint
Greenhouse Gas Emissions:


-72 % since 1990



reduce another 15%

Water Conservation:


Reduction by at least 30%

Fleet Fuel Efficiency:


100% fleet with leading technologies for fuel
efficiency and fossil fuel alternatives

Air Quality :


-92 % air carcinogenic emissions since 1990



reduce another 50%

We are serving the market place
Grow annual revenue by $ 2 billion
from products that:
• Create energy efficiency
• Reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Invest in R&D
• Environmentally smart market
opportunities.

Revenue from non-depletable
resources


Double from 4 to $8 billion

Introduce at least 1,000 new safety
products or services

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Put Science to Work: DuPont Applied BioSciences

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Aspiration? No, a real life example!

Sorona®
Sorona®
Polymer
Polymer

BioBio-PDO™
PDO™

Bio-PDO™ process
• Start-up November 2006
• Capacity 45’000 Tons
• Consumes 40 % less energy and produces 56%
less greenhouse gas emissions than the chemical
PDO process it replaces

Cerenol™
Cerenol™Polyol
Polyol

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The DuPont Bio-PDO™ Markets and Brands
Markets
Markets

Brand
Brand

Entity
Entity

Textile
TextileFibers
Fibers
Sorona®
Sorona®
Polymer
Polymer

Carpet
CarpetFibers
Fibers

Sorona®

Resins,
Resins,Films,
Films,
etc.
etc.

BioBio-PDO™
PDO™

Direct
Direct
Applications
Applications

• Zemea™
• Susterra™

Specialty
Specialty
Applications
Applications
Cerenol™
Cerenol™
Polymers
Polymers

Elastomers
Elastomers

Stretch
StretchFibers
Fibers
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Cerenol™
Hytrel RS™

•Zemea™ & SusterraTM are registered trademarks of the DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products LLC

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Sorona® in Textiles Fibers
Stretch &
Recovery
Softness

Vibrant
colors

In apparel, Sorona® offers:
> Comfort stretch and recovery
> Soft hand
> Stain resistance
> Easy care
> Easy dye
> UV/Chlorine resistance
> 37% Renewably Sourced

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Sorona® Carpets


Innovative carpet featuring renewable resources



Application: Mohawk’s SmartStrand™ residential
carpeting featuring DuPont™ Sorona® from BioPDO™

Stain Resistance - 12 Household Stains
(Salsa , Catsup , Red 40 , Mustard , Mayo , Clearisil , Throat Spray
Salad Dress. , R. Wine , Coffee , Tea , Shoe Polish)
Excellent

4.0

Stain Resistance
Engineered into Polymer

DuPont Sorona® in carpets
> Permanent Stain Resistance
> Softness and durability

Better

3.5

> Easy to Clean and Maintain
> Variety of styles and colors
> 37% Renewably Sourced

Good

3.0
Premium Nylon

Treated with Stainblocker

3GT

Not Treated

2GT

Not treated

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Sorona® in Automotive Applications

In automotive carpets & upholstery,
Sorona® offers:
> Superior built-in stain resistance
> Superior wear resistance
> Retains less odor
> Dries quickly
> Greater resistance to mold and mildew
> 37% Renewably Sourced

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Bio-PDO™: Direct Applications
Bio-PDO™

Zemea™
Cosmetic
Personal Care

Susterra™
Home Care

De-icing fluids,
Engine Coolants
Heat Transfer
Fluids

Unsaturated
Polyester Resins
and Polyurethanes

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Cerenol™ renewably sourced polyols have a
broad range of applications and markets
Flexible coatings

Performance inks

Spandex fibers

Thermoplastic elastomerics

Personal care products

Biodegradable lubricants

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Benefits of Hytrel® RS*

Properties:
• Excellent flex fatigue

* Up to 60%
Cerenol™

• Low temperature flexibility
• Continuous use range from
- 40°to +130°C
• Good chemical and oil resistance
• High mechanical properties

Applications:
• Automotive components
• Electrical/Electronic parts
• Industrial/consumer products
• Office furniture
• Sporting goods

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Biofuels: Technologies that revolutionize the industry
Seeds & Inputs
Ethanol & Biodiesel

Biobutanol
Advanced Biofuels

Cellulosic Ethanol
Technology for
second generation feedstock

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Can bio-based materials be produced without
creating a negative impact on food production?



Current production uses less than
0.05% of agricultural land



Unused agricultural land



Considerable yield improvement
potential in agriculture





Farming methodologies



Quality of seeds



Biotechnology

Need for more communication
with consumers on choices we
face as a society

Source: ARIVA.DE
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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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Conclusions
We have to reduce our environmental footprint drastically
• Need step-changes ……
• ….. but we cannot sit and wait for them to happen

Renewably-sourced materials provide for a step in the right direction, and the
first ones are available now:
• Renewable feedstock that can be produced locally, sustainably, and compatible with food production
• Lower GHG emissions, lower energy usage
• Opportunity to work with all players along the value chain on bringing the overall environmental
footprint down further

Increased uptake by customers and consumers requires
• An attractive value proposition
• Engaging in consumer communication (standards and labels provide the basis)
• Reducing obstacles in the regulatory and legislative fields
• Creating focus towards a common objective along a given value chain

Need more vision …. and more sense of urgency, especially at consumer
level!
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DuPont Renewably Sourced Materials
visit www.renewable.dupont.com

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Daniel Rahier – Du Pont de Nemours
Assemblée générale ValBiom
Gembloux – 29 avril 2009
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www.dupont.com

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