Posts Tagged ‘nanocrystalline cellulose’
Filed under: Specialty Cellulose
World’s First Large-Scale Nanocrystalline Cellulose Plant Launches In Canada
by Trevor J. Murphy on Feb 15th, 2012
Last month CelluForce launched the world’s first large-scale nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC) plant on site at a Domtar pulp and paper mill in Windsor, Quebec. “Today we celebrate a milestone that enables us to be the first in the world on the path to creating a significant market for NCC,” said Jean Moreau, president and CEO of CelluForce, at the plant’s opening in January. “There is an exciting future ahead for NCC and CelluForce." ...
Filed under: Dissolving Pulp
Traditional Sector Will Make Way For “Green Breeze”
by Trevor J. Murphy on May 5th, 2011
Some call it an “industry in transition,” others have said it is an industry “under the gun,” but the forestry sector is finding new life in innovative and creative solutions that are not only helping the once struggling industry turn around, but also helping to usher in what the Edmonton Journal calls a "green breeze." After two years of work by the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), FPInnovations and the Canadian Forest Se...