International Environmental Technology Centre 



Workshop on waste plastic managementThe International Environmental Technology Centre (IETC) in cooperation with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) organized from 1 to 4 March 2011, in Tsukuba, Japan, a workshop on waste plastics management in developing countries.


The objective of the workshop was to support the project “converting waste plastic into fuel” currently being implemented in Thailand and the Philippines by:

  1. bringing together developing countries and technology suppliers to discuss the problems encountered while performing technology transfer

  2. bringing together partners for the countries where the project is being implemented to share their experiences and learn from each other.

Please refer to the section below for the materials related to the workshop.

Presentation Materials

  1. IETC Waste Management Activities (PDF 541KB)

  2. Overview of the Project "Converting Waste Plastics Into Fuel" (PDF 246KB)

  3. Waste Plastics to Resources: Technologies and its Selection (PDF 1.1MB)

  4. SAT Methodology (PDF 2.9MB)

  5. Waste to Energy: A Case Study from Thailand. Baseline Data from Phitsanulok and Nakhonratchasima (PDF 3.7MB)

  6. Waste Plastics to Liquid Fuel in Phitsanulok Municipality (PDF 2.2MB)

  7. Conversion of Waste Plastics into Fuel: Nakhonratchasima (PDF 3.0MB)

  8. Waste Plastic2Fuel Project in the Philippines. Overview and Baseline Data (PDF 4.0MB)

  9. Waste Plastic2Fuel Waste Plastics to Solid Briquette Fuel Pilot Project in Cebu, Philippines (PDF 171KB)

  10. Prospect and Current Status of Reforming Mixed Plastic Waste to Useful Oil in Thailand. Case Study: Warimchamrap Municipality (PDF 2.6MB)

  11. Waste Plastics Recycling Technologies in the Philippines (PDF 5.1MB)

  12. RPPWF/Green Coal as Sustainable Growth Engine. Creative Co. Ltd. (PDF 1.1MB)

  13. Plastic Waste to Liquid FUEL. Blest Co. Ltd. (PDF 630KB)

  14. Gasification of Organic Waste. Ostrand Corporation (PDF 781KB)

  15. Trader Company Engagement in Recycling Business. Mitsui Thailand (PDF 1.4MB)

  16. Eco-town Initiatives by Private Sectors and Local Governments in Japan (PDF 732KB)

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Three phases

Two supporting publications

The project included the development of supporting materials to be used for capacity building, to be tested during the implementation of the demonstration projects and improved according to the feedback of the users:

Summary and reporting

The implementation of the demonstration projects was agreed to be undertaken in a minimum of two cities. The selection was first at country level and narrowed down to city level. read more ...

Consult all baseline studies and activity reports compiled as part of the phase I of the project.

Final reporting for the project

Support for the project

This project is financially supported by theMinistry of Foreign Affair of Japan.

Ministry of Foreign Affair,
Governement of Japan.

The project was conducted in partnership with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology of Japan(AIST)

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology of Japan (AIST)

Implementation in Cebu, Philippines, was caried out with the support of the municipality of Cebu city and the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP)

Municipality of Cebu city,
            Philipppines Development Academy of the Philippines

Implementation in Thailand was caried out with the support of the municipalities of Nakhon Ratchasima and Phitsanulok

Municipality of Nakhon
            Ratchasima, Thailand Municipality of Phitsanulok,
 Municipality of
Nakhon Ratchasima
 Municipality of