Converting process water residue into biogas
As of April 27th , 2021 the biogas plant at Nymölla mill is in use. We are very happy and proud that this unique facility, built in partnership with Gasum, is now a reality. It changes the game for Stora Enso, customers and consumers alike.
The plant is an important step towards a fossil-free future – an initiative that is turning heads and raising hopes. As climate change awareness increases, so does the number of corporations on Multicopy’s markets seeking products that match their sustainability requirements. It sure bodes well!
Stora Enso posted an article on the inauguration of the biogas plant, the importance of offering a more sustainable solution – and some reactions from partners and the company’s office paper management, like this quote from Jonathan Bakewell, VP, Office Papers, Stora Enso Paper Division.
“I’ve been in this industry for a long time. If anyone had told me we could make liquid biogas out of process water, I would have said I am more likely to get Brad Pitt’s looks and Steve Job’s brains!”
Read the article here.
Learn more about the plant and the process of converting process water into liquefied biogas (LBG) here.
Humans’ urge to communicate has always been strong – and with the evolution of paper, the written form of communicating opened a whole new world of efficiency, suddenly dismantling geographical boundaries. Naturally, the history of papermaking is closely connected to societal, industrial, and cultural events.
Eco-awareness and higher demands on sustainability features among customers tend to lead to good things. One current example is the initiated project at Stora Enso to certify all paper pulp grades as compostable, to helps consumers make more eco-friendly choices.
In 2021, the Multicopy production base in Nymölla mill took a step further in the fossil free journey, with Stora Enso entering a partnership with energy company Gasum. We had a talk with Erik Woode, Director, Project Development & Execution, at Gasum, to get a status update after one year of turning residue water from production into fossil free fuel.