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Wood-based yarn captures hormones from wastewater

Pharmaceutical substances such as ethinylestradiol from contraceptive pills are harmful for natural waterbodies. VTT and Aalto University have developed a cellulosic fiber yarn that would be an affordable solution for capturing these substances in wa...

Progress in replacing viscose fibers

At the Bioruukki piloting center, VTT has demonstrated continuous production of textile fibers that could replace viscose in the EU-funded project NeoCel. The fiber production was based on the BioCelSol technology. BioSelCol fibers are a promising al...

Novel concept for manufacturing of electrical insulation components

Electrical insulation components are made to various 3D shapes, and cellulose is their common raw material. VTT is leading the NOVUM consortium that aims at renewing the manufacturing concept of these components. Oil-cooled power distribution transf...

Special TAPPI Journal issue on foam forming

TAPPI Journal, one of the leading publications in the paper and packaging research, dedicated the August 2019 issue to the progress of foam forming technology. Foam forming of fiber webs has been one of the focus areas during the last 10 years at VT...

Fire retardant coatings from HefCel nanocellulose

The patented HefCel is an enzymatically-fibrillated nanocellulose type that has unique properties. When mixed with inorganic nano-scale pigments, it can be spray- or brush-coated on wood-based materials. The coating reduces the access of oxygen to th...

TAPPI Progress in Paper Physics Seminar 2020 to be held in Jyväskylä, Finland on June 1-5

Save the date for the next biennial discussion forum for the paper physics community. The topics cover the broad field of physical properties of paper, paperboard, and new cellulose-containing materials. The program will contain presentations report...

Multi-functionalized paper as a material for printed electronics

Recyclable and cheap electronic components can be created by printing on paper, or even making active components of paper. This offers an alternative to electronic products made of plastics and metals that are a growing environmental problem when dis...

Online measurements for nanocellulose films and coatings

Reliable and accurate online quality measurements are needed when approaching large-scale conversion of nanocellulose films and coatings. Three different non-contact measurement technologies to measure coating thickness were evaluated and compared in...

Next steps in the piloting platform upgrade for nanotextured materials

Nanotextured surfaces and nanocoatings offer a means to create unique material properties. The preparation and demonstration of these treatments require a configurable and versatile pilot line with an adequate control system. VTT's Surface Treatment...

3D shapes from paper by enhanced paper extensibility

Paper extensibility is a crucial property when forming three-dimensional shapes that increase the functionality and attractiveness of packaging. Over the years, VTT researchers have worked extensively on paper extensibility, gained an understanding o...

New materials from plants – Turning moisture-sensitivity into an advantage

Hygroscopicity of cellulose is often considered as a disadvantage of plant fiber-based materials. The ongoing FinnCERES research projects take a contrary approach, and create materials where hygroscopicity is an advantage. FinnCERES is a flagship pr...

Have a nice summer 2019

Dear ForestTech member,The summer has reached Finland. Most Finnish employees have their summer vacation in July, and so does also the ForestTech team....

VTT researcher wins the global ICFPA competition

The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) announced the three global winners of its 2018/19 Blue Sky Young Researchers and Innovation Award. VTT's researcher Elina Päääkkönen was selected as a winner along with Martin Wierzbi...

NOVUM project has made significant progress in developing bio-based materials for 3D printing

The main objectives of NOVUM Project are : Develop and demonstrate a compact and feasible pilot line concept based on novel processing technologies for rapid, design-driven production of advanced cellulose-based electrical insulation components. Manu...

Piloting alternatives for plastics

Are you interested in joining to develop, up-scale, demonstrate and validate the most promising cellulose-based solutions to replace oil-based products?...

Join webinar 28th May 5 pm EEST: Accelerated upscaling services for biomaterial start-ups

In this webinar you will get an overview to services VTT provides for biomaterial start-ups who wish to capture the full value of their concept and to accelerate an idea-to-product cycle. We will also cover some interesting start-up examples. Log in...

Highly fire retardant coating from biomaterials developed by VTT

A spray- or brush-applied fire retardant coating made from nanocellulose is well suited for improving the fire properties of wood-based materials. It reduces the access of oxygen to the surface, thus significantly inhibiting combustion. The coating i...

New project starting: Recyclable Cushioning material for packaging

VTT seeks for companies to develop a new cushioning material for packaging. Material developed is 100% biodegradable & recyclable with cardboard....

Novel device for processing problematic waste

VTT's cylindrical extruder promises to revolutionise the processing of recyclable materials and thereby promote circular economy business. The extruder can be used, for example, to turn problematic textiles and plastics as well as food waste into pel...

A new sustainable way to turn forestry waste into transport fuels and chemicals

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd has developed a new technique based on gasification, which offers a sustainable way to turn forest industry byproducts, such as bark, sawdust and forestry waste, into transport fuels and chemicals. The new...

Turning forest carbon assimilation into a service

VTT coordinates the EU-funded Forest Flux project, launched in 2018, which creates commercial services for the estimation of forest carbon storage and assimilation. The services are based on computerised interpretation of satellite data acquired by t...

Webinar: Digitalization of forest industries case: Digital Fiber ecosystem

Time: 28.2.2019 16:00 - 28.2.2019 17:00 Type: Webinar The main themes of this webinar are new fiber-based materials, digitalization and business ecosystems. The webinar is hosted by EVP Jussi Manninen (VTT) and CEO Janne Öhman (Siemens Osakeyhtiö)....

Roadmap towards a sustainable economy: Using smart material cycle and new raw material sources for the era of resource sufficiency

The circular economy alone is not adequate to ensure the sufficiency of raw materials and energy as natural resources become scarcer due to growing consumption and climate change. The direction must be towards a sustainable economy in which materials...

VTT's podcast series Growthcast (in Finnish)

VTT:n podcast-sarja Growthcast tarjoaa reseptin maailman muuttamiseen - kuuntele asiantuntijoidemme näkemyksiä esim. uudesta ruoantuotannosta ja kestämättömien materiaalien korvaajista. https://vttpodcast.fi/ VTT's podcast series Growthcast tells us...

Best Impact Poster in the 8th Cellulose Workshop

Precipitation of the dissolved cellulose resulted in the fusion of the fibrous paper into a solid material...

Piloting in technology transfer

See free VTT-webinar Piloting in technology transferNovel pilots for regenerated cellulose fibre production...

A new process for full utilization of softwood bark

In the Finnish mechanical and chemical forest industry, three million tonnes of softwood bark are produced annually, presently mainly used for energy production. Using a method developed by VTT, a high yield of pure tannins can be extracted from the...

Finnish pilot develops a new solution for sustainable forestry

New unique mobile application puts forest Big Data to more efficient use The whole of Europe is feverishly looking for new ways to use farm, forest and fishery resources more responsibly and sustainably and to promote the production of the best poss...

Fibre technologies revolutionising the textile industry win the European Commission's Regiostars Awards

New Finnish fibre technologies promoting the bio-and circular economy won the CO2 reduction category of the European Commission's Regiostars Awards competition. VTT and Aalto University's TeKiDe project triumphed due to its innovative nature....

New wood-based materials to prevent the spread of microorganisms in hospitals

A recently launched development project called Sami&Samu is looking to introduce innovative renewable materials, surface finishes and textiles to Hospital Nova, a new hospital due to open in Central Finland in 2020. VTT, JAMK University of Applie...

All-cellulosic packaging from cellulose nanofibrils and fatty acid esters

The developed fully biobased cellulosic material provides an environmentally benign alternative for multilayered plastic packaging solutions. It has shown to have excellent properties and markedly valuable performance suitable for food packaging appl...

Nanocellulose enabling formable, strong and lightweight structures for e.g. interior construction

Cellulose Micro/nanofibrils have inherent binding ability to fibre matrices which include paper and carton board. Cellulosic fibres may be foamed using defined approaches to form self-standing structures upon drying. These features have been used to...

VTT Webinar: Piloting in technology transfer, on Nov 1, 2018

The consumption of textile fibres has increased from 50 million tons to more than 70 million tons during the last decade. The trend is expected to continue due to demographic and economic development. The textile industry needs new sustainable soluti...

VTT Webinar: Zero waste packaging: Biodegradable cushioning materials, on Aug 30, 2018

How to replace non-renewable cushioning materials, like expanded polystyrene, in packaging? When did you last recycle expanded polystyrene (EPS) cushioning material? Can Styrofoam be replaced? Join the webinar and hear how fibre foams and biopolym...

Cellulose Nanomaterials in Products ‐ Risk Assessment According to European Commission Guideline

Since some years, the unique properties of cellulose nanomaterials have been utilized in commercial products. Examples include adult diapers by Nippon Paper, ballpoint pens by Mitsubishi Pencil, packaging boards by Stora Enso and cosmetic products by...

Towards nanoenabled bio-based future solutions by foam technologies

Lately VTT has shown foam-based alternatives to replace non-renewable packaging and construction materials. The developed alternatives utilize mainly foam forming and foam coating methods that can be used in several applications. The ability to under...

Development of Cellulose Fibre Yarns For Hormone Capture From Aqueous Matrices

VTT developed a method to produce cyclodextrin functionalized fibre yarn. The fibre yarn prepared by DES process swells significantly in water and this functional yarn is capable to capture ethinyl estradiol hormone from water. The developed yarn can...

A fully bio-based material to replace fossil-based plastics in thermally formable products developed by VTT

VTT has developed a thermally formable, biodegradable material, which is 100% bio-based. Its suitability for applications such as furniture makes it an attractive alternative to wood and biocomposite materials available in the market, not only becaus...

Boosting the drying shrinkage with fibrillated cellulose is one potential way to increase elongation and 3D formability of paper

Elongation is an important property of many packaging board and paper grades. Paper with high extensibility could provide an alternative for oil-based packaging materials. In this work paper strength and elongation properties of unrestrained dried pa...

VTT’s pilot line for demonstrating nanotextured materials is being upgraded

With VTT's surface treatment pilot line (SutCo), a wide selection of substrates, such as plastics, paper, paperboard, nonwovens and textiles can be coated. SutCo is now being upgraded to demonstrate novel applications with cast and foam coating. Mate...

Replacement potential of fossil polymers with cellulose based materials

How different cellulose-based components and their features can be utilized in the development of new applications and structures?...

New method significantly improves the production of biohydrogen and other biochemicals

The ability of photosynthesising microbial cells to produce biohydrogen from solar energy can be improved by attaching the cells to a transparent nanocellulose film. The method is also expected to enhance the production of other biochemicals from mic...

SAMPO pilot line - The next generation fiber foam research facility is now in operation

The novel SAMPO pilot line enables process and product research on 1-layer and multi-layered structures of multi-component fiber foams. SAMPO expands VTT's piloting and research environments regarding novel web structures....

VTT-Aalto biomaterials competence cluster receives Academy of Finland Flagship funding

The CERES competence cluster on materials bioeconomy is a joint effort by Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. The amount of funding is € 9 million for the period 2018 to 2022....

Wet-spinning pilot at Bioruukki - Boosting the development of textile fiber manufacturing technologies

VTT has taken a brave step forward in the development of sustainable regenerated cellulosic fiber technologies. In 2017, the pilot wet-spinning facility was installed at the Bioruukki piloting center in Espoo, Finland. In the first trials, carbamate...

3D Printing of Biomaterials in PulPaper 2018 Conference in Helsinki on May 29

VTT and FPInnovations are organising a great one-day seminar on the possibilities of 3D printing of biomaterials in the forest industry. Presentations open up views to the innovations in the field of 3D printing and provide an opportunity for network...

Nanocellulose membranes for water purification

The strong interactions of cellulosic materials with water are often considered as a challenge and detrimental feature. Moisture sensitivity can also be perceived as a key enabler for fine-tuned membrane materials for, e.g., water purification....

Webinar: On-site enzyme production to cut costs in biorefining

Have it your way – Produce your own enzymes locally and minimize their operational cost. In this webinar we take a deep dive into the industrial cellulase production process, understand why cellulases are expensive and how alternative manufacturing p...

New way of producing useful compounds from birch for the cosmetics industry

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has used plant cell culture technology to develop new types of ingredients for the cosmetics industry. Cell cultures, which originated from birch leaves and seeds, produce pigments, as well as compounds that h...

Bioenergy from Finnish forests

Sustainable, efficient, modern use of wood. This report describes Finland's approach to sustainable solid biomass supply based on forest wood resources....

Roll-to-roll processing of nanocellulose into coatings

Nanocelluloses are attractive materials as barrier coatings for packaging. However, nanocellulose suspensions cannot be easily coated using the traditional coating processes, due to their complex flow properties, e.g. high viscosity. Continuous roll-...

From tannins to glue components

Tannins are suitable raw materials for glue applications alongside their current uses as leather dyes. The bark of Finnish softwood trees contains large amounts of water-soluble tannin-polyphenols that can be used in various adhesive applications to...

A cavalcade of new concept products from cellulose

A bike, heating elements, a pair of shoes, a range of interior panels. These are examples of concept products presented in a seminar and exhibition called Designing Cellulose for the Future III in January 2018. The event was organized by VTT, Aalto U...

Award for VTT's biobased packaging solution in Sustainability Awards 2018 competition

Packaging Europe announced VTT's cellulose-based packaging solution as winner of its Sustainability Awards 2018 in the category of the Bio-based Packaging on 23rd of October in Gothenburg. VTT's solution is 100 % biobased and lightweight packaging ma...

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation awards VTT for a bio-based packaging solution that reduces the use of plastics

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation awarded VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland for a packaging solution made of cellulose in Davos on 23 January 2018. VTT is one of the five prize winners, between whom the foundation splits a one-million-dollar priz...

New biomaterials can solve the challenges of sustainable development

Broad-based bio-competence is Finland's success factor for the future. Wood cellulose has the potential to be a future super material that can replace fossil raw materials such as plastic and man-made fibers or even cotton. In Finland's extensive an...

CEPI Blue Sky young Researcher Award won by VTT

Earlier this year, CEPI invited all early-stage researchers to apply for a chance to receive the Blue Sky Young Researchers Europe award. The contest shortlisted eight finalists, three of whom received the award and automatically were submitted to th...

Automation of factory logistics for European SMEs takes a digital leap

Launched in October 2017, the L4MS (Logistics for Manufacturing SMEs) 8.8 M€ initiative supported by the European Commission will accelerate the automation of intra-factory logistics of SMEs. L4MS will completely digitalize logistics automation in fa...

Novel solutions for cellulose-based electrical insulation components

Production of electrical insulation components, which are used in oil-cooled power distribution transformers, is globally a B$1.19 business. Cellulose is one commonly used raw material for these insulation components. However, the state-of-the-art pr...

Lignin-based concrete plasticizer technology LigniOx to be scaled-up

LigniOx technology developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland converts lignin by-products from pulp mills and other biorefineries into concrete plasticizers that can compete with the synthetic and lignosulphonate-based admixtures on the ma...

Flexible pigment-cellulose nanofibril composites for printed electronics applications

There is a growing need for production of flexible, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly substrates for printed electronics applications. Cellulose micro and nanofibrils (CMNF) have attracted significant interest as a raw material in this fie...

VTT’s EUR 3 million investment accelerates the development of new kinds of fibre products

Cellulose and other fibres are future materials that can replace many plastic and mineral-based materials in the industrial sector. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has extended its research environment in Jyväskylä by introducing another pil...

Renewing specialty papers with foam – Join the project

In cooperation with the industry partners, VTT and KCL are launching a project focusing on renewal of specialty papers with foam forming technology. The project will evaluate the potential of foam forming technology for the specialty paper industry....

Advanced structures and compositions for 3D forming of cellulosic fibers

The materials applied with 3D shaping processes should show desired strength behavior and formability. The objective of this thesis was to systematically investigate strategies to endow fiber-based materials with toughness and formability. Improved f...

New process to extract autumn leaves

Natural pigments and raw materials are literally falling from the trees. Autumn leaves contain a range of interesting substances such as pigments, carbohydrates, lignings, proteins and compounds that inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. ...

VTT is developing 3D-printing materials for wound care and decorative elements

Cellulose nanofibrils have properties that can improve the characteristics of bio-based 3D-printing pastes. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is developing a 3D wound care product for monitoring wound condition in hospital care. However, the f...

Protein production practically out of thin air

A batch of single-cell protein has been produced at VTT by using electricity and carbon dioxide....

Invitation for companies to digitalise forest industry with Siemens, VTT and Spinverse

Does your company have a great product, service or technology that can radically transform the forest industry? Can you spot patterns in data that allow you to draw insights that others are not able to? Would you like to work with a global technology...

Have a nice summer 2017

Dear ForestTech member, The summer is finally here. Most Finnish employees have their summer vacation in July, and so does also the ForestTech team. We hope that you have enjoyed reading our Newsletter. Approximately every second month we have info...

Apply to the Design the Cellulose Hack 2017 by 14th of August!

The goal of the hackathon is to find and demonstrate novel design solutions for industrial/commercial use. During the Helsinki Design Week 2017, VTT will invite 20–30 designers to join a two-day hackathon to work on a selection of new bio-based mate...

A EUR 4.5 million investment to support the emergence of sustainable and low carbon fiber-based products

Together with a large industrial consortium and the European Regional Development Fund ERDF, VTT has launched a EUR 4.5 million program to demonstrate new wood fiber-based products as alternative solutions for oil-based materials like plastics. The p...

Creating high value from lignocellulosic residual materials

Lignocellulosic resources have a great potential in replacing fossil-based products. Together with its partners in the ValBio 3D project, VTT is developing technologies for production of sustainable and 100% bio-based materials from agro-industrial r...

VTT expands its bio and circular economy pilot centre

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland will expand the operation of the Bioruukki pilot centre located in Espoo, from thermochemistry to novel ways of biomass utilisation, recycling of textile fibres and green chemistry technologies. The pilot cent...

Cellulose films with nano-scale layers and surface patterns

VTT has demonstrated various functionalization techniques to improve water resistance and barrier properties and to alter the surface architecture of cellulose nanofibril films. These approaches enable the introduction of cellulosic nanomaterials in...

Recycled wood - Potential low cost raw material for lignocellulosic biorefineries

Recycled waste wood is a promising alternative raw material for lignocellulosic biorefinery. Despite its heterogeneous nature, the recycled wood was efficiently pretreated for enzyme hydrolysis by Alkaline oxidation (AlkOx) technology developed by VT...

A new method for producing plant-based drinking bottles from furan dicarboxylic acid

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed a new technology that enables production of plant-based products such as drinking bottles, paints and industrial resins. With the new environmentally sound and economical method, furan dicarboxyl...

How to implement real-time resource efficiency indicators in process industry? - Check the new guidebook!

Key performance indicators (KPIs) measure the success of plant operations. However, the current KPIs can rarely support daily decision making processes. Real-time Resource Efficiency Indicators (REIs) capture the effects of technical improvements and...

VTT and Aalto University collaborate to develop novel textile fibres

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Aalto University are taking Finnish fibre technologies towards industrial scale manufacturing in their joint TeKiDe project. The project transforms wood fibres and discarded cotton textiles, such as used s...

Satellites map carbon sequestered by forests, with accuracy of up to ten metres

​Led by VTT, the EU North State project has developed a new method of using satellite images to evaluate the forest carbon balance. The carbon balance indicates how much carbon is sequestered or released by forests each year. This enables the carbon...

Next generation biomaterials from Finland are displayed in exhibitions in Helsinki, Milan, and London

Designers, architects, material scientists, engineers, and business specialists from several research organizations are collaborating to generate a new high-value industry in Finland. Results of the collaboration have been displayed in three European...

Developing a business ecosystem around Finnish discarded textiles

The industrial utilization of discarded textiles requires that an extensive sorting and collection network is established for the different fibers – from cotton to polyester and viscose. Companies that wish to become involved in developing a business...

High strength wood-plastic composites from construction and demolition wood waste

Recycling of construction and demolition waste (C&DW) is an essential part of sustainable building in the circular economy. C&DW contains several wood fractions that can be upgraded to new products. High-quality wood-plastic composites (WPC)...

VTT has developed stand-up pouches from renewable raw materials for food products packaging

Stand-up pouch is the fastest growing type of consumer food packaging. Recently, VTT has developed 100% bio-based stand-up pouches with light weight and high technical performance. Paper based high-barrier stand-up pouches exploit the patent pending...

Foresttech will merge with Making of Tomorrow

The bioeconomy transformation requires a strong innovation ground, a multidisciplinary approach and strong scientific and technological competences. The transformation affects our everyday lives, as it occurs in the areas of energy, chemicals, materi...

VTT’s foam session at PaperCon 2017: The program

VTT's Foam forming session will review the latest advances in the foam forming technology and showcase the properties of selected end products. VTT and several other organisations will discuss their advances with this technology. The session will be...

VTT Making of Tomorrow

VTT has launched an extensive marketing campaign aiming to raise VTT's profile as a frontrunner and thought leader in the area of bioeconomy. Please take a look at makingoftomorrow.vtt.fi. The contents of Making of Tomorrow campaign are based on the...

The influence of strain rate and pulp properties on the stress relaxation of wet paper — modelling of relaxation

The process efficiency of paper and board making can be improved, especially in unstable or in problematic running conditions, by taking full advantage of the proposed relatively simple modelling method for the relaxation behavior of wet paper webs....

Reactive lignin for reducing the environmental impacts of engineered wood products

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed technology known as "CatLignin" to produce reactive lignin from pulp industry side streams to be used as a replacement for toxic phenol compounds in wood adhesives that are widely used in wood pr...

Sustainable and cost-efficient lignin-based concrete plasticiser

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed a technique that can be used to convert lignin – a by-product of pulp mills and biorefineries – into a concrete plasticiser that is competitive against the synthetic and lignosulphonate-based adm...

Production of nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon from waste water

Municipal sewage and some industrial waste waters can be used as sources of carbon and nutrients much more effectively than they are today. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland considers waste water to be a feedstock from which these valuable sub...

Doctoral dissertation on chemical processes and material modelling

Computational chemical thermodynamics theory and computational methods were developed and applied for process industry in this thesis. Most successful were models that combine reaction kinetics with partial thermodynamic equilibrium calculation and i...

VTT’s foam session at PaperCon 2017: The state of the foam forming

The session will be held on 26th of April from 8 am to 12 am. Come to see how the versatile foam forming technology can improve your business....

Properties of natural, processed and recovered biomass fuels indigenous in Finland

A new publication summarizes the key properties of the wide range of indigenous fuels available in Finland. The properties of wood, peat, energy crops, animal residues, solid recovered fuel, sludges, biogas, and fast pyrolysis oil are discussed. The...

Resource-efficient paper and board mills in future circular economy – Watch the video!

Watch the video to see examples on products, other than paper and board, that can be manufactured from side streams from the production process....

Spinnova's new wood fibre fabric displayed for the first time

Spinnova Ltd uses a globally unique technology to turn wood fibres directly into yarn, without complex chemical processes. At Finland's presidential Independence Day reception on 6 December 2016, people could see, for the first time, what kind of fab...

Foam forming is speeding up towards industrial scale

The annual seminar of the Foam Forming Program was held in October 2016 in Helsinki. 55 participants from the broad international industrial consortium representing 20 companies and almost a dozen countries attended the seminar. VTT would like to tha...

Hybrid solutions for improved performance of NonWoven Filters (HybridNWF) - Join the consortium!

This unique networking opportunity allows your company to gain access to novel technologies and pilot environments that enable improved understanding of these structures via wide-range characterization. With the help of experts and using novel hybrid...

Textile fibres from wood and zero-value textiles

There is a constantly growing demand for textile fibers in the world. Cellulose pulps as well as waste textiles and recycled wood fibers can be turned into fibers for the textile industry using various dissolution and processing technologies of cellu...

Environmentally friendly and efficient recovery of TEMPO oxidation chemicals

TEMPO-recovery rate up to 87% was achieved with solid phase extraction (SPE). This patented technology provides cost efficient and environmentally friendy solutions to recycle and recover valuable TEMPO-chemical (2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine 1-oxyl)...

Technology Platform for Fiber Products - Join the program!

VTT has been successfully running the foam forming program with 20 companies for almost 2 years and is now planning its continuation. The next phase targets at taking a leap in the resource-efficiency as well as helping the renewal of forest industry...