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Bioeconomy Breakfast seminar - Pulping for a greener world

Curious about what's happening in the bioeconomy area? Pulping and bleaching are robust and reliable processes. Over the years, many modifications to reduce their environmental footprint have been developed and successfully implemented. But what if we could do even better? And how about making pulp with only water and air? RISE will discuss this vision during this seminar.

Oxygen delignification is a promising process already used in the industry for quite some time, it has several advantages and environmental benefits when compared to the regular kraft and bleaching processes. The oxidative potential of oxygen delignification can lead to an increase in the fiber charges that improve the mechanical properties of the paper. Besides that, it can also save resources, like wood and energy to refine the pulp.

Let us inspire and inform you about current topics in the field of bioeconomy during four webinars in 2021. At each webinar, both an expert from RISE and an invited expert from industry or academy will give a talk. The talks will be given in English.

"Producing pulps with only air and water? Our vision for the future of the pulp industry"
Frédéric Pouyet, scientist at RISE

"Resource's optimisation using oxygen delignification". 
Claudia Esteves, industrial PhD student at KTH Royal Institute of Technology/RISE


Information about the event

Date: May 20, 2021

Time: 09:00-10:00 (CET +1)

Place: Webinar, you will find the link up on registration

Last day to register: May 18, 2021

Price: Free of charge

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Pia Wågberg

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Pia Wågberg

Director Research and Business development /Forsknings- och affärsutvecklare (FoA)

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Helena Halonen

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Helena Halonen

PhD projektledare

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