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The Norwegian Circa Group AS, Vataset Industries Ltd. and the Kemijarvi Biorefinery Ltd. have signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the Kemijarvi Biopark.

The Gothenburg biorefinery, which SCA jointly owns with St1, has recently reached a key milestone as the project management team handed over the facility to an operating organisation to begin start-up.

Biorefinery Östrand, a company jointly owned by SCA and Finnish energy company St1, signed an agreement with the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) at the beginning of December, which entitles the company to an innovation grant of approximately EUR 167 million in the event of a future investment decision.

SME to receive $1M in financial assistance from CED to foster sustainable development in Quebec’s regions by offering an ecofriendly alternative to polluting plastics.

The cosmetics industry has been working intensively to find alternatives to packaging made from fossil oil. Lumene has found a solution to this challenge for themselves.

In a world increasingly conscious of environmental impact, the shift towards renewable, bio-based plastics is gaining momentum.

In Oliver, B.C., a notable collaboration between the Osoyoos Indian Band (OIB), Mercer Celgar (Celgar), and the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC) is underway.

Province providing over $9.4 million to 14 forest biomass projects in Northwest Ontario

When you walk through a fresh clearcut in British Columbia, you are surrounded by a “one-dimensional, dead landscape,” says Michelle Connolly of Conservation North, a volunteer conservation group based in the Canadian province.

In agreement with Statkraft, Södra has decided to sell its share in Silva Green Fuel. Biorefineries play a key role in Södra’s strategy and the aim is to implement a future commercialisation in Götaland.

Arctic Paper has decided to invest SEK 285 million in the expansion and upgrade of the biofuel installation at the mill in Grycksbo.

Low-carbon methanol production project would result in nearly 500 new Central Region jobs