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Innovative Biovate Hygienics has announced the ground-breaking launch of one of the world’s first plastic free paper bottles for commercial cleaning products.

Woamy is a spin-off of Aalto University, Finland, supported by CMPC. It has raised one million euros to develop a recyclable and biodegradable bio-based foam to serve as an alternative to expanded polystyrene plastic.

Leading fiber-based packaging innovator Graphic Packaging International (‘Graphic Packaging’) has launched a new addition to its EnviroClip™ multipack portfolio: EnviroClip™ Duo

Feb 13, 2023 - There is an increasing interest in paper and paper products made out of non-wood fibre, sourced from the agricultural and textile sectors.

Fiber-based packaging leader Graphic Packaging International has unveiled the latest addition to its multi-award-winning PaperSeal™ range: PaperSeal Shape.

Feb. 06, 2023 - Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. (Tokyo: 3863; President: Toru Nozawa; the "Company") announces the establishment of a manufacturing and sales subsidiary in Hungary for CMC (carboxymethyl cellulose, product name: SUNROSE MAC®), which is one of the materials used for lithium-ion battery (LiB) anodes in electric vehicles (EV), to join its rapidly growing supply chain system in Europe.

ITENE, AITEX, AXIA, CTP, CEA and CENTI will show the capabilities and services of the open innovation platform of the European project BIONANOPOLYS, in which they participate, and how to apply to the open call that will be opened in a virtual launching day to be held on 17 February.

At a time when energy is an issue affecting many millions of people worldwide, scientists at KTH have managed to harvest electricity by passing water through refined wood. Their work has recently been published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials.

Growing up in Rumford, Maine, Liza White learned the extent to which paper manufacturers contribute to the rural economies in which they operate. Residents would regularly say “paper is money” in relation to the mill’s importance; they would celebrate its successes and shudder when it struggled.

Ecohelix, a scale-up company that has a patented technology to produce high-performance biopolymers from side streams of the pulp industry, received SEK 30 million in new capital in a financing round in July.

Florian Schmidt at the Department of Applied Physics and Electronics at Umeå University, together with researchers at RISE Piteå, receives SEK 7.7 million from the Swedish Energy Agency to generate the necessary knowledge for implementation of oxyfuel combustion in existing biomass combustion plants.

SASKATOON – Getting more useful products out of renewable resources like wood is the goal of scientists who are using Canada’s only synchrotron.