RISE PFIFocus areasFibre technology and fibre-based productsGreen fibre in asphalt production
Green fibre in asphalt production

Contact: Lars Johansson

The asphalt should last longer and not have to be re-laid as often

A new cellulose fiber will be developed, together with a green binder that fits together with today’s Norwegian asphalt. The idea is that the asphalt should last longer and not have to be re-laid as often. The cellulose fiber will be made from residual raw material and will be adapted to Norwegian asphalt.

Green asphalt

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Use of wood fibers in asphalt production will reduce CO₂ emissions

RISE PFI, Rygene – Smith &Thommesen and Veidekke have received NOK 5.4 million from the Research Council of Norway for a new innovation project...

Research partners and funding:

Research partners

Rygene Smith & Thommesen AS is project owner. RISE PFI is innovation partner.

Funding

The project is partly funded by the Research Council of Norway.

Project periode: 2021 – 2023