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Posts Tagged ‘Chemicals’

Life Cycle of the U.S. Paper Industry

Life Cycle of the U.S. Paper Industry

___________________________________________________________ By Cathy Greenleaf, Senior Consultant, Fisher International While the first U.S. paper mill may have started operations way back in 1690 (in Pennsylvania), the industry as we know it today is still not as old and mature as many people... (Continue reading)

CII Conference on Water Management Strategies: Sustainable Expansion of Industry to Result From Contraction in Water Usage

CII Conference on Water Management Strategies: Sustainable Expansion of Industry to Result From Contraction in Water Usage

The well-themed conference juxtaposed fine speakers and even finer subjects on one of the most pressing issues worldwide, more so for the pulp and paper industry, i.e. water management and conservation through adoption of innovations and technologies. As a large water... (Continue reading)

Stora Enso acquires US-based biotechnology company

June 23, 2014 Stora Enso has acquired 100% of the shares of the US-based company Virdia, a leading developer of extraction and separation technologies for conversion of cellulosic biomass into highly refined sugars and lignin. The upfront debt-free transaction value is... (Continue reading)

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Waiting for Economic Turnaround

Waiting for Economic Turnaround

The previous year saw the Indian paper industry grappling with the global economic crisis. Does it mean that the industry witnessed no significant growth in the previous year? Paper manufacturers in India may not be in the best of moods,... (Continue reading)

A New Way to Clean Dryer Fabrics – The ECOfficiency™ Concept

A New Way to Clean Dryer Fabrics - The ECOfficiency™ Concept

Simon Taurer* Paper industry is no exception and is under continuous pressure of increment in costs of raw material and energy. Evolution of efficient production procedures, environmental friendly manufacturing methods, keeps our industry growing. Mills are forced to use recycled fibres,... (Continue reading)