AGRIMAX: from Agricultural and Food-processing Waste to Bioproducts

How can we use agricultural and food-processing waste to create useful products for a sustainable Europe? Around one third of ...
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Developments in 2,3-butanediol production from biomass

Rehap have been developing 2,3-butanediol (BDO) production from two biomasses in the project, bark and poplar, and here are some ...
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BIOCHEMTEX (CTXI) – optimising second generation technology

The aim of one of Rehap’s subtask is to optimise Biochemtex’s second generation (2G) technology to process lignocellulosic biomasses at ...
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Forwarder2020: Sustainable and Efficient Forest Management

Forest biomass is currently one of the most important sources of renewable energy and accounts for almost half of the ...
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Bio-based insulation materials facts and myths

Bio-based insulation materials could replace conventional materials in many cases without loss of thermal performance. Bio-based insulation materials could replace conventional materials ...
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Developments in resin testing

Rehap recently published results on the development of extracting tannin from softwood bark and the upscaling at Bio Base Europe ...
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Press Release: The EU’s renewable energy ambitions: Bioenergy from forests is not always carbon neutral – and may even increase the EU’s carbon emissions

Replacing coal with forest biomass in power stations is not a simple fix – forest biomass with long carbon payback ...
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Turning grape skin into greener plastic? It’s possible

Apart from winemaking, grape skins are now used in manufacturing plastics, another eco-friendly approach to the go green movement in ...
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Rehap present two posters at renowned EUBCE

The 26th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition in Copenhagen featured some ambitious and interesting topics on the role of biomass ...
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How the ‘Model-T Ford of the bio-refining industry’ is offering new rewards from waste streams

“By converting 100 per cent of the biomass’s constituents, it becomes economically feasible to process at scales previously thought impossible…” ...
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