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BarkBuild General Assembly

Dr. Matthew Schwarzkopf, dr. Erwin M. Schau and dr. Jaka Gašper Pečnik, InnoRenew CoE researchers, meet project partners on general assembly meeting in the scope of Tree bark as a renewable source of wood protection materials for building applications (BarkBuild) project, in Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland.

At the meeting partners presented the ongoing work about utilization of bark residuals for coating, adhesive applications, and wood preservation applications. InnoRenew CoE researchers are assisting in the techno-economic analysis and performing life cycle assessment of some final systems as well as in manufacture of wood based composites carbonization and VOC emission of selected products.

The meeting ended with a guided visit to Warsaw University of Life Sciences’s laboratories and facilities.

Image: Jaka Gašper Pečnik