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William T. McKean

Faculty Advisor, College of Forest Resources

University of Washington

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1410 NE Campus Parkway Box 355852

Seattle, Washington,98195

United States

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Working in concert with University of Washington researcher Dr. William McKean, the process could turn waste straw into a more profitable and efficient venture for non-wood paper production. . Read more


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Working in concert with University of Washington researcher Dr. William McKean, the process could turn waste straw into a more profitable and efficient venture for non-wood paper More


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Working in concert with University of Washington researcher Dr. William McKean, the process could turn waste straw into a more profitable and efficient venture for non-wood paper production.
With an eye toward economics and sustainability in papermaking, Dr. McKean has been developing a process that uses wheat straw to make paper. An expert in bioscience and paper manufacturing, his research focuses on black liquor as a byproduct of the pulping process. In partnership with New Logic Research, Dr. McKean has been studying the performance of VSEP nanofiltration in concentrating low molecular weight lignin recovered from black liquor. Dr. Bill McKean explains his papermaking process of using straw as a more sustainable feedstock vsep-mckean.jpg Working with wheat farmers in eastern Washington State, Dr. McKean considered how the existing VSEP technology could be expanded to convert waste straw into a profitable material. In a lab-scale model, Dr. McKean and his research team have demonstrated using straw in the papermaking process. "Dr. McKean's extensive research has show definitively that VSEP is highly effective in recovering valuable byproducts from the papermaking process," says Johnson. Dr. McKean is also continuing his research, looking at ways to fine tune the wheat straw process for commercial application.


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William T. McKean, University of Washington.
2006


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General Studies 2006 by Dr. William T. McKean, University of Washington.


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