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We make advanced biofuels! – Antti Tapanainen
Maintenance project engineer Antti has taken care of UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery since its start-up. What is it like to work in a biorefinery and what are the future prospects? Watch Antti’s interview to find out.
We make advanced biofuels! – Tarja Sallinen
What does a laboratory technician do at a biorefinery? Tarja, who works at UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery, tells us about the versatile lab work done at the biorefinery as well as about Lappeenranta as a place to live.
UPM Raflatac and UPM Biofuels present: Forest Film labels
How to make beautifully transparent label in a more sustainable way? UPM Raflatac turned to the woods and found an alternative solution for plastic called UPM BioVerno. Great collaboration between UPM Biofuels and UPM Raflatac. Watch the video and learn more.
We make advanced biofuels - Manu Laurikainen
UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery offers versatile employment opportunities. Manu moved back to his hometown of Lappeenranta and became a field operator in our biorefinery following a period of studies and on-the-job learning. Watch the interview to find out more.
We make advanced biofuels - Nina Halme
Nina works as a process expert at UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery – a natural choice for a graduate of bioenergy engineering. What is best about developing biofuels and how it is to live in Lappeenranta? Watch Nina’s interview to find out.
We make advanced Biofuels - Ossi Junnonen
What is it like to work as a process engineer at a biorefinery? Ossi from UPM’s Lappeenranta Biorefinery tells us about the job and about biorefinery as a work environment, as well as how it is to live in Lappeenranta.
We make advanced biofuels - Petteri Myllymäki
Biorefinery is a branch of the future, says Petteri, who works as a field operator at UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery. Watch Petteri's interview to learn about the opportunities available at our biorefinery.
How do we go ‘beyond fossils’? - UPM BioVerno
UPM turns wood-based biomass and production residues into sustainable solutions suitable across industries. UPM BioVerno is a drop-in diesel, a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. With cleaner traffic, achieved by lower tailpipe and greenhouse gas emissions, this is what fuels the future. Read more about UPM's alternatives for fossil-based materials.
Growing Fuel Potential
Jaakko Nousiainen, UPM Biofuels, shares his time between the forest, the control rooms and the lab where he oversees the production of the biofuel. The Nordic Bioeconomy Programme has released 15 action points to boost sustainable bioeconomy. Check out Jaakko’s biofuel story – one of the most visible sustainable bioeconomy solution in Nordic & Baltic states. Courtesy of Nordiska Ministerrådet and Green Exchange.
Renewable by Design
Choosing a package can make a difference – Elopak, Dow and UPM Biofuels joint forces. Every day millions of people pick paperboard-based cartons in their shopping carts in grocery stores around the world. Choosing a package can make a difference.
Story of UPM BioVerno diesel – from innovation to final product
See the journey of UPM BioVerno renewable diesel from innovation into real product in UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery, Finland.
UPM Biofuels – Highlights of the past few years
We’ve been chasing our dreams since 2006. Take a look at our journey and some of the greatest moments from these years!
UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery - Making industrial history on the shore of Lake Saimaa
See how the UPM Kaukas integrated mill site has been a centre of wood-based innovations since 1892.
UPM BioVerno diesel story – produced by European Commission
European Commission recognised UPM Biofuels as the winner of the EU Sustainable Energy Europe Awards 2014 in the “Travelling” category for its crude tall oil based renewable UPM BioVerno diesel. They also filmed the project in Finland! UPM BioVerno was recognised for the innovative approach in using the residue of UPM’s own pulp production, crude tall oil, as a new raw material for the production of advanced biofuels to lower greenhouse gas emissions.
The sustainable fuel growing on trees
Can the world's first marine biofuel, developed in eastern Finland from wood by UPM Biofuels, reduce the carbon emissions of shipping?
Fact and fable about biofuels - Algae in the fuel tank?
It is a complete myth that UPM BioVerno diesel encourages the growth of algae in a fuel tank. So how does UPM BioVerno differ from first generation biodiesel?
Fact and fable about biofuels - Are any trees felled to make UPM BioVerno?
None. Renewable UPM BioVerno diesel is made from tall oil, a residue of pulp production. How does this affect the use of wood?
Fact and fable about biofuels - Does renewable diesel damage engine gaskets?
UPM BioVerno diesel is chemically similar to conventional diesel fuel and causes no harm to engine gaskets.
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