Japan’s Forests Could Be Tapped For SAF By 2027

Nippon Paper Group
Nippon Paper could adapt its pulp and paper manufacturing to produce bioethanol as a feedstock for SAF.
Credit: Nippon Paper Group
One of the world’s largest pulp and paper companies, Nippon Paper Industries, has signed an agreement that could lead to the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from Japan’s abundant forest resources. Nippon Paper has signed a memorandum of understanding with trading house Sumitomo and...

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