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Locally grown plastics – is it possible?

Press Releases   •   Jun 24, 2014 04:38 EDT

Locally grown plastics is a newly established, unique partnership that includes the entire manufacturing chain for bio- based plastics – from the forest industry to packaging producers. The project is cooperation between SEKAB, Sveaskog, Holmen, Södra, Borealis, Trioplast, Tetra Pak and SP Processum. SP Processum is the main project sponsor for this partnership.

SEKAB recruits expert in biotechnology

SEKAB recruits expert in biotechnology

Press Releases   •   Apr 14, 2014 08:00 EDT

SEKAB E-Technology has recruited Roberth Byström as its new expert on biotechnology. He will be working on the development and commercialisation of SEKAB’s technology platform CelluAPP®.

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Lena Nordgren

Lena Nordgren

Ethanol Biofuel Expert

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Inside SEKAB demonstration plant

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Inside SEKAB demonstration plant for cellulose technology

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Lignin

Lignin

Lignin – one of the raw materials extracted in SEKAB Demo Plant for the fractionation of biomass

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Residues from the forest industry

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Residues from the forest industry – become raw material for new products in SEKAB Demo facility

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