Paper Province, a cluster within forest based bioeconomy, has received governmental funding to start a test bed for fossil-free laminates. The test bed is named FFLAM and combines three Swedish pilot plants to a one-stop-development-shop for packaging solutions derived from the forest.
FFLAM is financed by Sweden’s Innovation Agency, Vinnova, and will last until 2021.
FFLAM will help reduce the use of fossil-based packaging materials, lessen microplastic and carbon dioxide emissions, and increase the use of fiber-based materials.
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