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Additional bioenergy from Chemical Pulping – higher energy production, lower emissions and integration to bioprocesses


Publication Details
Authors: Vakkilainen Esa
Editors of book: Murciano, Cristina; Perichaud, Thomas; Lato, Carmie
Publication year: 2016
Language: English
Title of parent publication: 100 years of dedication to improving the technical and professional capabilities of its members
ISBN: 9780981287997
JUFO-Level of this publication: 0
Open Access: Not an Open Access publication

Abstract
The pulp and paper industry has faced significant pressure to change in the past 25 years. New, stricter environmental expectations have appeared requiring process changes. For the modern chemical pulping cutting down emissions to water and air is not enough. Pulp and paper mills need to maximize their bioenergy potential to reduce fossil-CO2 and produce green electricity as well as create a platform for green bioproducts.

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