Is it possible to imagine a future for biocoal in the iron and steel industry? Over the past 15 years, the popularity of biocoal (commonly called charcoal) has been increasing at a rapid pace, with ten times more scientific articles being published about its production than ever before.
Innofibre - Centre d'innovation des produits cellulosiques of Cégep de Trois‑Rivières maintains its position at the top of the list of Canadian colleges according to "Canada's Top 50 Research Colleges 2021". https://researchinfosource.com/top-50-research-colleges/2021/list
Corrugated cardboard packaging is an important part of our daily lives, accounting for nearly 40% of the entire cellulosic fiber-based packaging sector. Although this type of cardboard is first and foremost associated with moving and transporting heavy goods, it is now possible to create light and functional packaging structures that greatly extend its field of application.