AFORE - Forest Biorefineries: Added-value from chemicals and polymers by new, integrated separation, fractionation and up-grading technologies

Anna Suurnäkki

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Abstract

The AFORE project (Added-value from polymers and chemicals by new integrated separation, fractionation and upgrading technologies) is a large EU project developing new technologies for the separation, fractionation and primary upgrading of wood-based polymers and valuable low molecular weight compounds to be used by the wood processing mills of today and the future wood biorefineries. AFORE is a four-year project started in 2009 having a budget of EUR 10.9 million and a consortium consisting of 19 participants from 10 countries. The partners, located across Europe and US, will bring together their expertise to tackle the important challenge of transferring forest industry into an efficient lignocellulosic biorefinery, in which the unique chemical composition of all wood fractions is fully exploited.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
Event3rd Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference, NWBC 2011 - Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 22 Mar 201124 Mar 2011
http://www.innventia.com/PageFiles/11935/NWBC_2011_Program_orals.pdf (Programme)
http://www.innventia.com/PageFiles/11935/NWBC_2011_Program_posters.pdf (Posters)

Conference

Conference3rd Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference, NWBC 2011
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period22/03/1124/03/11
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    Suurnäkki, A. (2011). AFORE - Forest Biorefineries: Added-value from chemicals and polymers by new, integrated separation, fractionation and up-grading technologies. Poster session presented at 3rd Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference, NWBC 2011, Stockholm, Sweden.