1.0 Introduction Chemical Recovery Process is used to meet the following objectives in an integrated paper mill: (i) To treat and dispose waste liquor generated from pulp mill, thereby reducing the environmental pollution. (ii) To recover the alkali used for pulping, thereby reducing fresh alkali consumption (iii) To burn the organic matter and beneficially use the thermal energy for the
A partnership between UBC (University of British Columbia), government and the pulp and paper industry has resulted in the development of three high efficiency pulp screen rotors that produce high quality paper while reducing almost half the energy required.
Paper is an essential commodity with which all of us are very closely associated in our daily life. Its socio-economic importance in the overall development of the country has its own value, which is directly linked with the industrial and educational growth in the country.
The demand of paper has been continuously increasing at a pace much faster than the availability of fibers from the natural sources. Recycling of waste paper, after its intendment use, has been found to be more economical and eco - friendly. Without recycling, the fiber supply from the world's natural sources shall not be sufficient to keep up with the
It's called "buckypaper" and looks a lot like ordinary carbon paper, but don't be fooled by the cute name or flimsy appearance. It could revolutionize the way everything from airplanes to TVs are made.