New Nanomaterial-Based Functionalities to be Developed for Forest Products
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New functionalities and thinner, stronger structures are developed as part of the EUR 9.8 million programme on new nanomaterial-based applications. The project is designed to create new fibre-based and recyclable paper and packaging products which will reduce landfill waste and minimise the use of petroleum-based chemicals.
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The SUNPAP (Scaling Up Nanoparticles in Modern Paper Making) project has received funding from the European Community's 7th Framework Programme under the NMP program. The project will address the strengthening of European paper industry competitiveness by means of nanocellulose based processes to provide radical product performance improvements, new efficient manufacturing methods and the introduction of new added value functionalities.