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UK Pulp and Paper Industry Poised to Reap the Benefits of Flexible CHP Solutions

This cogeneration can reduce carbon emissions by up to 30% as compared to the conventional generation that takes electricity from the grid to power separate on-site furnaces or boilers. May 18, 2021 As per a new survey conducted by Aggreko, the benefits and potential of Combined Heat and Power (CHP)......

Valmet to Supply for Sun Paper's New Dissolving Pulp Mill in Laos

Manik Seth
The mill in Laos is Sun Paper’s first international investment outside China; the value of the order is around EUR 20 million. December 21, 2016 Valmet will deliver key technology for a new green field dissolving pulp mill to Sun Paper`s new investment in Laos. The mill site, Muang Phin,......
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Making Indian Pulp & Paper Industry World Class

Manik Seth
An energy and water intensive sector, the Indian pulp and paper sector has unlimited scope for improvement in its environmental performance. Pulp and paper manufacturers are therefore increasingly on the lookout for appropriate technologies and best practices for improving their performance and reducing their ecological footprint. With the support of......
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Waiting for Economic Turnaround

Manik Seth
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, but quite a few of them are optimistic that the......

ABB: Expanding its Global Presence

Manik Seth
A global leader in power and automation technologies, ABB currently employs 145,000 people, operates in approximately 100 countries and has 12 manufacturing sites on the subcontinent. One of its seven corporate research centres around the world is based in India; and many of the technologies the company employ today were......
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Going Paperless Doesn't Going Green

Manik Seth
Perhaps we can finally say goodbye to those simplistic “Go green, go paperless” promotional campaigns. There’s nothing particularly green about the massive data centers that store the internet’s data, The New York Times revealed after in-depth investigation. Data centers waste electricity and spew pollutants in a way that “is sharply......
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The Young Tarang

Manik Seth
Brought up at Dandeli - Mill Colony of The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd, Mr. Shekar Chandak has his attachment towards paper from his early age. In 1992 after finishing his Chartered Accountancy course, he went on to join his uncle at Chennai in their family concern for paper trading. In 1996 he started his own company - M/s. Swastik...