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FIBIC Seminar 20.11.2013

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  • EffNet Program within BIOFORE HEIKKI ILVESPÄÄ UPM 20.11.2013 FIBIC annual seminar 2013 Espoo Hanasaari
  • Innovation The sixth industrial revolution is bio-based 1. wave Iron Water power Machines Textile Trade 1785 2 2 | © UPM 2. wave Steam engine Railways Steel Cotton 1845 3. wave Electricity Chemicals Combustion engine 6. wave Sustainable Bio economy Renewable energy Green chemicals Industrial ecology Green 5. wave Digital web nanotechnology Biotechnology 4. wave Petrochemicals Information technology Aircrafts and space Electronics 1900 March 2010 11/26/2013 1950 1990 2020 Source: Worldwatch Institute / State of the World
  • Changing world, new priorities Resource scarcity Economic power shifts Climate change Digitalisation 3 | © UPM | © UPM Resource efficiency Renewable and recyclable products Innovation and new businesses
  • Changing world, new priorities EffNet focus areas Resource scarcity Economic power shifts Climate change Digitalisation 4 | © UPM | © UPM Resource efficiency Renewable and recyclable products Innovation and new businesses
  • How to maximize: Raw material efficiency Energy efficiency Water efficiency 5 | © UPM
  • Eco-design principle adopted in product development 8 New concept development 7 Optimization of end-of-life system 1 Selection of low impact materials 6 Optimization of initial lifetime 2 Reduction of material usage 5 Reduction of impact during use 3 Optimization of production techniques 4 Optimization of distribution systems 6 | © UPM September 13, 2011
  • EffNet research themes withing Eco-design principle 8 New concept development 7 Optimization of end-of-life system 1 Selection of low impact materials MFC Foam 6 Optimization of initial lifetime 2 Reduction of material usage 5 Reduction of impact during use 3 Optimization of production techniques 4 Optimization of distribution systems 7 | © UPM High Filler/ Less Fiber Image based measuring Printability research September 13, 2011
  • The Economist and UPM Paper: The Biofore Effect 1992-2012 WATER CONSUMPTION* –35% PRODUCTION WASTE* –90% CARBON EMISSIONS* –90% CERTIFIED WOOD FIBRE +100% *Per tonne of paper The Economist 1992-2012 UPM Paper / Environmental footprint 8 | © UPM EffNet supports continues improvement And competitiveness
  • Numbers show we move in the right direction! LESS WASTE 1000 t LESS WATER m3/t pulp m3/t paper UPM’s total waste to landfills UPM’s process wastewater volumes LESS ENERGY kWh/t per tonne of chemical pulp per tonne of paper 2020 targets per tonne of paper and pulp 9 | © UPM UPM’s electricity consumption per tonne of paper
  • UPM named among the world’s sustainability leaders • UPM retained its position in both the Dow Jones European and World Sustainability Indices (DJSI) for 2013-2014 • The total score of UPM has gradually improved and is substantially ahead of the average industry • UPM was assessed as the best company in the environmental dimension within the Paper & Forest Products sector 10 | © UPM
  • Integration of current operations and competencies into new knowledge and operations Current businesses & competencies New forest industry New knowledge & new businesses 11 | © UPM Public Tuesday, 26 November 2013
  • EffNet positioning: Integration of current operations and competencies into new knowledge and operations Current businesses & competencies High Filler/ Less Fiber Image based measuring Printability research New knowledge & new businesses 12 | © UPM New forest industry MFC Foam Public Tuesday, 26 November 2013
  • Wood raw material for many products and UPM new business opportunities Fibres to biocomposites Fibres to pulp Fibres to biofibrils Bark and branches to bioenergy and biofuels Lignin to energy and biochemicals Extractives to biodiesel or biochemicals Cellulose or hemicellulose to biochemicals Logs for sawn goods and plywood 13 | © UPM May 2012
  • EffFibre foreseen potential impact areas: New business opportunities through UPM platform extension BIOMASS PLATFORM EXTENSION WIDE RANGE OF BIOPRODUCTS TODAY’S BIOPRODUCTS (Mostly Paper, but limited) RENEWABLE DIESEL BIOCOMPOSITES UPM PLATFORM BIOFIBRILS BIOCHEMICALS + Networks! | © UPM NEW AREAS
  • Paper Challenge affects industry development and structure 16 | © UPM 5.11.2013
  • Growing UPM site in Lappeenranta Finland - Biorefinery to produce renewable diesel 17 | © UPM Internal
  • Forest industry has a unique position in this transformation Renewable materials Recyclable products Low CO2 emissions CO2 capturing products New bio-based product alternatives | © UPM 18