Research Information Sharing and Feedback (RISF) activities are offered to FPInnovations’ members to highlight results and solutions from recent research projects. They also present an opportunity to provide feedback on continuing projects to maximize value for your operations and the industry.
Recent RISF presentations from the Pulp & Paper and Bioproducts programs can be accessed from FPInnovations’ online research library (for members of the programs only).
Pulp & Paper RISF presentations available for viewing
|Improve the competitiveness of BCTMP production to address rising cost of carbon
|Demonstration of wood chip species identification system
|Improving fibreline unit operations for chemical reductions, buffered D1 results
|Lime kiln fuel switching towards net-zero, BiokraftTM
|Risk based inspection. Prioritizing maintenance and capital spending in chemical processing facilities
|Accelerate the adoption of new molded fibre technologies for Canadian fibres to replace single-use plastics
|Development of packaging grades with translucency and barrier properties
|Expanding Canada’s recycled fibre basket
|Improving linerboard and corrugated medium quality – OCC
|Paper / TMP
|TMP for transitional grades in take-out bags and food service industry
Bioproducts RISF presentations available for viewing
|Biorefinery project update
|Cellulosic barrier coatings for packaging
|High molar mass kraft lignin for adhesives in plywood
|Hydrochar: Valorization of cost-burdened forest sector waste streams into a low-emission solid bio-fuel
How to access a presentation
Members of the Pulp & Paper and Bioproducts programs can access the above presentations by doing the following (must be logged in):
- Click on this link to access the list of presentations in the online research library.
- If not already logged in, then select Login from the top menu, enter your credentials, then click on the link again.
- Use the filter or search tools to find the presentation that you want.
Important: If you do not log in, you will not be able to see the above titles in any of the search results.
Not registered yet for the online research library? Click here and register in just a few easy steps. If you’re new to the research library and want information on how to use it, read this brief guide.