#10 –EPISODE 10
Moulded Cellulose, the "tailor-made" way to go from plastic to fibre!
Ever heard of moulded cellulose? Yes, the egg carton... no big deal! Well, it can be used to make dishes, platters, trays, plates, cans and even bottles - in short, almost anything you want.
#09 –EPISODE 9
How to valorise biomass?
The valorisation of natural materials can be done in different ways... More information thanks to FCBA Grenoble!
#08 –EPISODE 8
The recyclability tests for industrial reality!
The CTP has developed the only test adapted to industrial reality... you just have to test!
#07 –EPISODE 7
Proficient laboratories to qualify all cellulosic materials
The principle is simple: for each use, a different material!
#06 –EPISODE 6
High-performance laboratories for food packaging
The principle is simple: Food preservation & Packaging inertia
#05 –EPISODE 5
Paper-based packaging of the future: barrier, lighter and stiffer!
Such an easy principle! To produce a new 100% biobased, recyclable, and biodegradable paper-based flexible packaging. Aluminium, fossil-based plastics…
#04 –EPISODE 4
A new chemistry for fibres bleaching!
To produce paper pulps” whiter than white” but also cleaner, less consuming water and electricity...
#03 –EPISODE 3
Greaseproof paper/board thanks to MFC wet lamination
Obtaining new single-material packaging that is 100% bio-based, hard-wearing, and a barrier to contaminants, oxygen, and grease...
#02 –EPISODE 2
A cellulosic cup, glued without glue, it’s possible!
To produce a new recyclable, biodegradable, home compostable and adhesive-free packaging! … but how can this be done?
#01 –EPISODE 1
The CTP has several pilot devices that allow chemical or biochemical reactions of MFCs (microfibrillated cellulose) to be produced and studied.