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A-Z Knowledge on Wood-derived Chemicals

R&D Projects for the Valorization of Wood Cellulose

R&D Projects for the Valorization of Lignin from Wood

R&D Projects for the Valorization of Sugars from Wood

R&D Projects for the Valorization of Extractives from Wood

Wood Chemistry Reinventing Polymers for a Greener Future

Wood Chemistry Reinventing Polymers for a Greener Future

Wood Chemistry Reinvents Polymers for a Greener Future Environmentally friendly materials have become more widely used as consumers became aware of the consequences associated with the use of petrochemical-derived products. By using renewable resources, the industry reduces the use of fossil resources and the amount of carbon dioxide that is present in the atmosphere.

The development of novel biomaterials derived from wood biomass and produced with a reduced carbon footprint contributes to this sustainable approach. These materials improve resource management and the overall performance and efficiency of our environment. Wood chemistry can contribute to reinvent plastics for a greener future.

Let's take a look at the wood-biomass derived materials...


Biopolymers Derived from Wood Extractives

Bio-based Polymers Derived from Wood-based Lignin

Bio-based Polymers from Wood Sugars

Bio-based Polymers from Wood Cellulose

Barriers to the Development of Wood Biomass-derived Bio-products

Feedstock Related Barriers

Technology Related Barriers

Market Related Barriers

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