A second life for wood residuals
Guido Panzarasa and
Ingo Burgert ()
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Guido Panzarasa: ETH Zürich
Ingo Burgert: ETH Zürich
Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 7, 559-560
Sustainable recycling is necessary for wood to maintain its capacity to store CO2 and to smooth the transition towards a circular economy. Now, an innovative approach offers a promising perspective on second- and third-life applications for ‘waste’ wood.
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