A biogas plant that turns process water into liquefied biogas (LBG), a collaboration between renewable materials company Stora Enso and energy company Gasum, was inaugurated at Stora Enso’s Nymölla Mill in Sweden in a virtual event.
On May 18 - 19, 2021, the established PTS Conference “Recovered Paper” will take place - this time featuring two innovations: for the first time PTS goes international and switches the conference language to English, and on top of that, the event will be held as an online event - with plenty of networking opportunities. P3 / ipw / bio-fibre magazine accompany the conference as media partner.
Metsä Group’s innovation company Metsä Spring and the Institute of Bioeconomy at JAMK University of Applied Sciences have launched a cooperation that enables agrology students from JAMK to participate in the production of the Kuura textile fibre at the Äänekoski demo plant.
The Bavarian viscose speciality fibre manufacturer Kelheim Fibres has joined the ZDHC programme “Roadmap to Zero”. The non-profit organisation with more than 160 contributors worldwide has set itself the goal of completely eliminating harmful substances from the textile value chain. The ZDHC guidelines provide producers of Man-made Cellulosic Fibres (MMCF) with uniform criteria for measuring indicators such as wastewater, air emissions and other process-related parameters. The measured data is independently monitored and published.
Metsä Group’s innovation company Metsä Spring and Valmet are building a demo plant in Äänekoski. The plant will manufacture new 3D fibre products for food packaging and other purposes.