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SUSBIND

Entidade líder do projeto: RTDS Group
Responsável pelo projeto: Ana Babić/ Stephen Webb
Site do projeto: https://susbind.eu/
Parceiros:

CE Delft, (NL); Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas (CIB), (ES) ; CSIC Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), (ES); Fraunhofer IGB, (DE); Kompetenzzentrum (WoodK+), (AT); TU Dresden, (DE); Cargill, DE; EGGER, (AT); JenaBios, (DE);CE Delft, (NL); Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas (CIB), (ES) ; CSIC Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), (ES); Fraunhofer IGB, (DE); Kompetenzzentrum (WoodK+), (AT); TU Dresden, (DE); Cargill, DE; EGGER, (AT); JenaBios, (DE);IKEA, (SE); Valbopan, (PT)

Breve descrição:

The wood board industry currently relies on the use of fossil-based binders, mainly formaldehyde-based binders. Manufacturers have made several attempts to produce alternative binders from renewable resources, but a bio-based binder at industrial scale does not yet exist.

The SUSBIND consortium develops, produces and tests bio-based binders as an alternative to formaldehyde binders currently used for wood-based panel boards in furniture mass products. The goal of the project is to substitute fossil-based chemicals with those from renewable resources.

The resulting SUSBIND binder system aims to outperform current fossil-based binders containing a significantly lower carbon footprint, while also reducing formaldehyde emissions. A sustainable and economically viable binder will increase the marketability of bio-based furniture products.