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Pulp

Red Leaf pulp will serve as a supplement to the existing kraft

wood pulp industry. Red Leaf pulp provides performance

advantages when used in the following consumer products:

  • Molded products (cups, plates, trays, to-go-boxes)

  • Packaging

  • Printing and writing paper

  • Tissue and paper towels

Red Leaf Pulp vs. Kraft Wood Pulp

Paper is a mixture of different types of pulp, each giving different characteristics. Wheat straw pulp has physical characteristics that are comparable to hardwood and superior to recycled fibre. Other characteristics include:

  • Longer fibre than the majority of hardwood pulps

  • Superior strength characteristics compared to hardwood

  • Superior strength and lower coarseness properties compared to non-wood pulp from other processes

Lignin

The secondary product of the pulping process is a lignin, hemicellulose, and mineral rich liquid stream that is derived from the non-wood biomass used in the process. The lignin contains no added sulphur or anthraquinone, and is water soluble at neutral conditions. Lignin applications include:

  • Biofuels

  • Fertilizers  

  • Animal feed

  • Deicing

  • Dust control

  • Soil stabilization

 

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