Stora Enso

Finland's Stora Enso is to invest €9-million for the construction of a pilot plant which will produce bio-based plastics to be used as a barrier in transparent packaging. The pilot plant will convert plant-based sugars into the renewable building... Read more


The paper industry's association in Europe, Cepi, has announced the launch of a new sector-wide alliance, 4evergreen. The alliance aims to boost the contribution of fibre-based packaging in a circular and sustainable economy that minimises climate... Read more

Finnish renewables solutions provider Stora Enso has made public its aim to begin the large scale recycling of used paper cups at its Langerbrugge Mill in Belgium. The company has already ran several production trials and has concluded that it... Read more

Stora Enso and Sulapac have teamed up to help tackle the global problem of plastic waste by launching a demo for sustainable drinking straws at Slush 2018, a leading startup event that brings together 20,000 tech enthusiasts from around the world. Read more

Stora Enso has increased its ownership up to 100% in the Swedish company Cellutech AB. The company specialises in the development of new materials and applications based on cellulose, micro-fibrillated cellulose (MFC) and other wood-based components. Read more

Stora Enso and energy company Gasum have signed a contract to build a biogas plant at Stora Enso’s Nymölla paper mill in Sweden. The plant, built and operated by Gasum, will turn the mill’s wastewater effluent into renewable energy. Read more

Stora Enso has announced the launch of a line of wood-based biocomposites, DuraSense™, available to companies looking for a high-performance and sustainable alternative to plastics. Read more

Lignin is one of the main building blocks of a tree and makes up 20-30% of the composition of wood. Yet it has traditionally been discarded by the pulp and paper industries. Read more

Stora Enso has been chosen as the provider of wood material for a 14-storey wooden building in Joensuu, Finland. Read more

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