Back to profile Projects - dr. J (Jacco) van Haveren Projects by J van Haveren YXY-FUELS: lignocellulose and paper residues as a useful raw material for the production of biofuels and biochemicals. By developing the Avantium YXY process using second-generation lignocellulose raw materials, Wageningen Food & Bio-based Research seeks, in... Catchbio lignin: catalysts for successful lignin conversion Last year, Wageningen Food & Biobased Research and the University of Amsterdam jointly completed a major research project into new catalytic... Enlarge the application scope of functionalised fatty acids Wageningen Food & Biobased Research has previously created new technology (WO2016/151115 A1) for a one pot process to enzymatically convert... ENZYCLE your plastic: biochemical plastic recycling without loss of value The ENZYCLE project will develop processes to recycle plastics that are currently not recycled, such as multilayer packaging materials and... Re-using CO2 thanks to biotechnology Re-using CO2 offers opportunities for minimizing harmful emissions of this greenhouse gas. In BIOCON-CO2, Wageningen Food & Biobased Research is... LigniFAME: biobased fuel additives, materials and energy from lignin The development of innovative biomass conversion technologies is of major importance in realising the European goal of 16% sustainable energy in 2020.... The CatchBio project: one step closer to renewable alternatives for fossil feedstocks Many modern industrial chemical processes are optimised for raw materials from petrochemistry. Renewable raw materials can only serve as a viable... Sugar beet as a raw material for soft drink bottles The soft drink industry is closely following the developments in the biobased plastics sector.