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EUCALIVA BBI PROJECT
From paper industry wastes to high-tech products
EUCALIVA is a research project based on extracting high-purity soluble lignin from chemical wood pulping processes (black liquors from Kraft pulping).
EUCALIVA will develop and set-up a fully-integrated, energetically-efficient, scalable, innovative and flexible processing chain based on the valorisation of lignin for producing carbon fibres (CF) and other carbon-based materials, mainly for functional applications.
New applications will be reached: multifunctional film-like conductive, piezo-resistive and piezoelectric materials (e.g., for biosensors, flexible electrodes, stretchable electronics), smart fabrics and functional fibres, as well as applications based on fibrous mats, non-woven fabrics and their carbonized derivatives (carbon-activated products).
ADVANTAGES FOR PAPER AND PULP INDUSTRIES
Paper and pulp industries are a matter of concern in the areas where they are located. Pollution is a major challenge that population is calling for.