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UPM Biochemicals has acquired SunCoal Industries GmbH, a German-based company that developed a unique technology portfolio to produce performance products from renewable raw materials.

June 28, 2023 - Carrot River, Saskatchewan - As we move toward a prosperous, low-carbon economy, Canada is supporting sustainable and innovative tools and technologies that make the best possible use of our resources.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. (NYSE: RYAM, the “Company”), a global leader in the production of high-purity cellulose specialty products, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at its new second-generation Bioethanol plant located in Tartas, Les Landes France, on Thursday, June 15, 2023.

Resolute, in collaboration with Performance BioFilaments, has taken another step toward developing a viable market for cellulose filaments (CF), an innovative wood-based biomaterial, by conducting field tests in Quebec sidewalks.

Mester Grønn has together with Stora Enso developed a plastic-free transportation tray for plants.

A new product is making a big difference for the health sector. FrostPharma and Mälarplast have in collaboration with Stora Enso developed a new hazardous waste container, from biocomposites.

The Ontario government is investing more than $1.5 million in 15 research, innovation and modernization initiatives that will develop the untapped economic potential and environmental benefit of new and emerging uses of underutilized wood and mill by-products, collectively known as forest biomass.

Province investing $1.5 million in 15 projects supporting new and emerging uses of forest biomass

The Houston pellet plant in B.C., co-owned by Canfor, Drax, and the Witset First Nation, is temporarily closing due to reduced raw material supply following the Canfor sawmill shutdown.

In agreement with Statkraft, Södra has decided to sell its share in Silva Green Fuel. Biorefineries play a key role in Södra’s strategy and the aim is to implement a future commercialisation in Götaland.

Arctic Paper has decided to invest SEK 285 million in the expansion and upgrade of the biofuel installation at the mill in Grycksbo.

Low-carbon methanol production project would result in nearly 500 new Central Region jobs