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Stora Enso honoured with Forest Product Innovation Award

As a part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso believes that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. This is one of the reasons The Biorenewable Deployment Consortium (BDC) honoured Stora Enso with the Forest Product Innovation Award.

BDC is working to bring together like-minded companies to share ideas to deploy bio-processes that can be economic in the long run without government subsidy.
The award was presented on October 22nd, during a virtual webcast presentation given by Stora Enso to BDC members, guests and media.

 “Stora Enso is an excellent example of a company that has developed a culture in the deployment of biorenewable processes that will add value to operations and make the company more viable for the future.” said BDC President and Co-Founder Masood Akhtar.

 

Stora Enso is proud to accept this award on behalf of the members of the worldwide team who are dedicated to innovation in the area of biorenewable products and processes.

 

 

To read the full article, visit https://www.storaenso.com/en/newsroom/news/2020/10/stora-enso-honoured-with-bdc-forest-products-innovation-award

 

For more information about BDC, visit www.biorenewabledc.org

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