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Why MFC show potential in cosmetic applications

Over the last several years consumers have become more and more aware of the environmental impact of cosmetic products. Indeed cosmetic products end up down the drain and in the water system after a shower. The trend today is, therefore, to use natural raw materials to replace synthetic ingredients and reduce the environmental impact.

Things you should know about wood-based panels

We discuss how you can bring particle boards to the next level by improving your process and the efficiency of the adhesive.

What is the effect of MFC on emulsion stability?

The saying, "Oil and water don’t mix" is not completely accurate as oil and water can be mixed as an emulsion. 

What is the effect of MFC on emulsion stability

The saying, "Oil and water don’t mix" is not completely accurate as oil and water can be mixed as an emulsion.

1st quarter 2016 results

Borregaard presented 1st quarter 2016 results on Wednesday 27 April 2016 at 07:00 CET.

How to use cellulose fibrils with foam forming surfactants

Surfactants are present in most consumer products. The most familiar examples are shampoos, hand wash products and cleaning products in general. Switching to sulfate free surfactants improves the environmental profile, but can be a challenge.

Surfactants – a tool to tailor surface chemistry of MFC?

One of the advantages of cellulosic materials compared to synthetic materials, is their environmentally friendly profile as well as their biodegradability.

Starch adhesive additive

Improved starch-based adhesives for corrugated boards.

Auto Dishwasher (ADW) tablets

Borregaard offers a variety of plant-based anionic dispersants for auto dishwasher (ADW) products. These are sustainable alternatives to petrochemical-based anionic polymer ingredients, such as polyacrylic acid. Borregaard’s 100% bio-based Pionera products are derived from sustainably managed forests.

Wood coatings

Improved mud-crack resistance and longer open-time.