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Cascading Recycling of Wood Waste: A Review

Abstract : Wood is an increasingly demanded renewable resource and an important raw material for construction and materials. In addition, new consumption habits are leading to the production of ever greater volumes of waste wood, which constitutes a feedstock that can be mobilized for the cascade production of new materials such as particleboard. However, current legislation and wood waste recycling processes need to be improved in order to maximize the volumes that can be reused and to upgrade the properties of the recycled wood. This review describes wood waste flows and volumes available in Europe, the current French and European legislation, and the innovations under development in this field: innovative automated sorting techniques, physical-chemical processes for cleaning residual glue from the surface of wood particles, cleaning of MDF, and bioremediation processes for cleaning hazardous wood contaminated by heavy metals or creosote.
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Arnaud Besserer, Sarah Troilo, Pierre Girods, Yann Rogaume, Nicolas Brosse. Cascading Recycling of Wood Waste: A Review. Polymers, MDPI, 2021, 13, ⟨10.3390/polym13111752⟩. ⟨hal-03241174⟩

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