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RISE Processum projects

Our society faces challenges that require new sustainable products and solutions. Part of that work is to switch from what is today fossil-based to fossil-free products made from renewable resources. Processum is therefore involved in several different projects that work for sustainable change.

BIOAMC

BIOMAC

In March 2020, the European Commission adopted a new circular economy action plan aimed at preparing the European economy for a green future and strengthening its competitiveness while protecting the environment. One of the keys to a successful implementation of the European circular economy is the growing dependence on biomass products.

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Forest

C1Bio

In recent years, it has been possible to measure a rapid increase in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide. This increase will continue due to the global demand for energy and materials from fossil sources. Sweden aims to become a carbon-neutral society by 2030 and to have negative net emissions of CO2 by 2045.

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FISK

FISK

Fish feed often consists of fish or soy flour, which is not sustainable. RISE Processum and RISE PFI have developed a method for making fish feed from sustainable protein sources from the forest. The international project FISK connects actors so that the production of fish feed based on forest raw materials can become reality.

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Sky

Fossil-free aviation in northern Sweden

The project Fossil-free aviation in northern Sweden is part of the work when it comes to gathering more knowledge in how aviation can be converted to fossil-free fuels. One goal of the project is to both identify and clarify the measures required to achieve the national objectives of developing a fossil-free aircraft.

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HTL

Industry 5.0

Today, there is no simple general connection between process and external users in different mills, which constitutes an obstacle to the development of new monitoring applications. In the Industry 5.0 project, new technology will be evaluated in various sub-steps in collaboration with the project's partners.

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Lab

INN-PRESSME

The INN-PRESSME project, funded under the European Union's Horizon 2020, develops materials and solutions for industries to replace fossil resources with sustainable and cost-effective bio-based materials.

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NextGenProteins

NextGenProteins

In the global market, the demand for high quality protein for both food and feed is growing. Due to the growing world population, resource shortages and climate change, the demand for protein is becoming more difficult to meet.

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North Sweden Cleantect

North Sweden Cleantech 

The regional innovation and export platform North Sweden Cleantech works for green technology, clean energy and sustainable solutions from Örnsköldsvik and Västerbotten. North Sweden Cleantech develops green technology and clean energy that can develop the world market for sustainable growth.

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Paper

paperChain

The PaperChain project will use an industrial symbiosis model centered on the use of various waste streams generated by the European pulp and paper industry, as a valuable raw material for three industrial sectors: the construction sector, the mining sector and the chemical industry.

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UNLOCK

UNLOCK 

Every year, 15 million tonnes of meat are produced in Europe, which annually creates 3.6 million tonnes of waste feathers. Only 25% of these feathers are collected and refined. In line with the EU's bioeconomy strategy, the UNLOCK project is working to evaluate this waste stream and design a new economically and sustainable value chain.

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