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Overheated air compressor blamed for deadly explosion at paper mill

August 14, 2012
SARTELL, Minn. — The Minnesota state fire marshal’s office announced Monday that an overheated air compressor caused an explosion and fire that killed one employee and injured several others
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HyperSolar confirms wastewater from pulp and paper can produce renewable natural gas

April 17, 2012
HyperSolar, Inc., Santa Barbara, Calif., the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen and natural gas using water and solar power, today announced that initial testing of
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New facility in Michigan to convert shredded paper to plastic

September 28, 2011
MIDLAND, Mich. — A $7 million manufacturing being built in Midland, Mich., will convert shredded paper into plastic pellets, reported. Midland-based Michigan Molecular Institute and Tokyo, Japan-based ECO Research
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Paper Employee''s Death Classified as Industrial Accident

August 31, 2010
The death of a Clearwater Paper employee is described as an industrial accident in a report by the Nez Perce County Sheriff''s Office obtained through a records request by the
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Auburn University Researchers Make Fuel from Pulp Mill Waste

July 13, 2010
Dr. Harry Cullinan, director of the Alabama Center for Paper and Bioresources Engineering, along with Auburn University professor of chemical engineering Dr. Yoon Y. Lee, senior research fellow Dr.
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Catalyst Paper to Close Paper Mill

July 8, 2010
Reuters reports Canadian paper maker Catalyst Paper Corp said it would permanently shut the 58-year-old Elk Falls paper mill in September and immediately close their paper recycling operation in Coquitlam.
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Verso Launching $43 Million Sustainable Energy Project

June 23, 2010
According to the Memphis Business Journal, Verso Paper Corp. is launching a $43 million project that will allow its mill in Quinnesec, Mich., to use renewable biomass sources to fund
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Paper Industry Tests Genetically Altered Trees

June 9, 2010
The commercial paper industry plans to plant forests of genetically altered eucalyptus trees in seven Southern states, reports the Associated Press. ArborGen, a biotechnology venture affiliated with three large paper
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Neat-Dye Pump for use in Pulp and Paper Industry

May 10, 2010
Made for the pulp and paper industry, the peristaltic pump’s combination of tube elements and pumphead design allows concentrated, neat dyes to be transferred directly to paper machines. The pump
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Emissions capture study funded for paper industry

October 14, 2009
Battelle and Boise Inc. will conduct the first-ever feasibility study of new carbon capture and storage technology in the $140 billion pulp, paper and paperboard industry, under a $500,000 project
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