Sustainable Processes and Optimized Technologies for Industrially Efficient Water Usage
The 3 main objectives of the SPOTVIEW project were:
- to develop and demonstrate innovative, sustainable and efficient techniques,
- to optimize the use of natural resources, especially water, in three industrial sectors (Dairy, Pulp and Paper and Steel),
- to assess a total of 14 existing and new separation and treatment technologies at pilot scale.
Process developments to obtain 100% cellulosic packaging material, barrier, recyclable and compostable
The main objective of the CelluWiz project is to develop two technologies to produce a fully cellulosic multilayer packaging, which is recyclable and compostable and thus creates an alternative to multilayer packaging made of plastic.
Adapted enzymes for the production of bio-based materials and products!
WoodZymes is a research and innovation project funded by the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking, a private-public partnership between European Union (H2020 programme) and the Bio-based Industries Consortium. This project focuses on extremophilic enzymes for the production of wood based molecules: from pulp mill to panels and insulation products.
This project associates 11 partners from 4 European countries: 6 research institutes, 1 SME and 4 industrial groups, including 2 pulp mills.
Tailor-made Kraft lignins for the production of phenols
A sustainable, recyclable, and biodegradable high barrier flexible packaging material
- Produce two proofs of concept for an innovative food packaging material that is compatible with a circular
- Develop the three breakthrough technologies required in order to produce this material
Industrial-scale development of Chromatogeny
Moving towards food contact compliance?
- Speed up the development of chromatogeny at an industrial scale
- Obtain approval from the authorities to use chromatogeny in the manufacture of paper and board intended for food contact
- Comply with the new directives laid down by the European Union and its member states, in particular through the SUPD and France’s EGalim law
An innovative blister, recyclable and biodegradable
- To anticipate the French Law against waste and for Circular Economy (AGEC) which bans the use of plastic films for delivery of printed documents (newspapers, magazines, advertisements, etc.) from 2022.
- To create a transparent paper to replace plastic blister packs for magazines and newspapers.
- To support the implementation and production of this new innovative cellulose packaging