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LGP2 thesis proposals

Published on June 16, 2022
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LGP2 thesis proposals

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    REVeBIO - End-of-life of electronic devices printed on cellulosic substrates: recycling and valorization of biosourced materials and functional inks Adobe PDF Document REVeBIO project takes place in the context of the growth of printed electronic-devices production. New questions arise regarding the end-of-life of such products and in particular their recyclability and their impact on environment and health. To fulfill the targets of the European Green Deal and to include the development of these new electronic bio-based materials within a circular economy, the aims of REVeBIO project are (1) to develop eco-efficient recycling processes to selectively separate all the recovered materials (cellulosic fibers and added-value ink components), (2) to quantify the recovered materials in order to evaluate their environmental impact on the solid as well as on the liquid rejects, (3) to valorize and reuse the recovered rejects made of a mixture of cellulosic fines, minerals and added-value ink components (silver in majority) by investigating two valorization ways.
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    RegenCell: Clean process for dissolving wood cellulose for the production of textile yarn Adobe PDF Document RegenCell is a project funded by ANR, which aims at developing a new textile production process from wood cellulose (dissolving pulp), as an environmentally friendly and cost-efficient alternative to the existing viscose polluting process. Relying on promising exploratory results, 3 university laboratories and a technical centre (LGP2, UniLasalle, Gemtex and CTP) propose an innovative, sustainable and scalable process to dissolve cellulose in an aqueous solvent at room temperature and regenerate it mainly in the form of threads and films.




 
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Date of update June 16, 2022

Université Grenoble Alpes