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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...
Preliminary program of the 2nd Circular Packaging Conference
The Pulp and paper Institute, as one of the organizers of the International Conference on Circular Packaging, is proud to...
Introducing a historical novelty for Institute and Slovenia - corrugated board made from tomato stems
The Pulp and Paper Institute, aware of the importance of the circular economy, presents corrugated cardboard made of papers whose...
BIOEASTsUP-Webinar recording and presentations available
Archive recording of the webinar as part of the BIOEASTsUP project where the ICP is the a member of the...
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.
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.