The thermo-mechanical-pulp biorefinery produces lignin and sugars for use in the development of wood-based products.
Converts wood chips to a sugar stream and a hydrolysis lignin stream but does not produce pulp.
Tech project tackles winter challenges.
FPAC study says new products will help add $20 billion by 2020.
A new, aerodynamic semi trailer developed by three industry partners and Université Laval will reduce CO2 emissions and lower fuel costs related to North American freight.
FPInnovations and Lignol will advance cellulose applications
Quebec demo plant to manufacture nanomaterial extracted from trees
Catalyst Paper and Domtar are investing in generating power and developing new materials from their manufacturing processes.
Lignol Energy is applying its High-Performance Lignin in the development of its first renewable chemical product, which will be used to make oriented strand board.
Catalyst Paper Corp. is testing an anaerobic digestion technology as part of a $6.12 million demonstration project that will turn some of the effluent produced at its Crofton pulp and paper mill into renewable energy.