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ICP a partner in Circular technological concepts and business models in Slovenian agriculture (CircAgro-SI)
The general goal of the project is to demonstrate circular system solutions for the use of side streams of biomass...
LEAP – a research project in field of sustainable packaging
Pulp and paper institute, together with companies Gorenje and Surovina and Norwegian research intitute SINTEF, is participating in a research...
ICP as local organizer successfully organized the 2nd Circul-a-bility conference
Last week (12/09/2022-14/09/2022) ICP hosted the largest European conference on the topic of packaging for food products, the 2nd Circul-a-bility...
THE 6TH GENERATION OF THE STUDENTS SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDED THE PAPERMAKING SCHOOL !
The 6th generation of the students concluded the Papermaking School, organised within the ICP’s Papermaking Academy. Experts from Slovenian paper...
dr. Tea Kapun guest in the popular science show Bite the science!
Onion peels contain 36% cellulose, 33% hemicellulose and less than 5% lignin. This interesting composition of biomass also allows the...
Dr. David Ravnjak guest of the radio show Intelekt
The proverb says that words have no wings but they can fly many thousands of miles. You can listen to...
Effects of lignin degradation on paper-based materials in extreme conditions
In this project, we will explore the effect of lignin degradation on cellulose-based materials listed above in two “extreme” contexts: during long-term environmental degradation and during composting.
The aim of the LEAP project is to develop the next generation of advanced functional packaging that incorporates the biomass of non-native invasive plants and enables the production of new high- performance packaging solutions.
Circular technological concepts and business models in Slovenian agriculture
The general goal of the project is to demonstrate circular system solutions for the use of side streams of biomass from the primary agricultural production to set up convenient and accessible circular business models in tight cooperation and coordination with farms and industry associations involved in project activities.
Targeted research project - Economic, environmental and social aspects of wood processing and use and bound carbon
Innorenew CoE, the Forestry Institute of Slovenia and ICP will upgrade the required data collection system in Slovenia and prepare a model that will enable more criteria (potential sales revenues, potential GHG emission savings, necessary investments, etc.) optimization of wood quantities for processing throughout forestry, timber and paper sector.
The collaboration with Nestle, one of the largest companies in the food industry, took place as a research collaboration with Nestle York’s development department. As part of the cooperation, ICP explored the possibilities of using industrial waste biomass from the production chain (cocoa husk pods) as a raw material for paper production.