Canfor project a breath of fresh air
May 25, 2010 By Pulp & Paper Canada
It’s a deal with nothing to sneeze at. While final approvals are still the works, Canfor Pulp appears …
It’s a deal with nothing to sneeze at. While final approvals are still the works, Canfor Pulp appears positioned to move forward on a significant odour reduction project at its Prince George, BC pulp mill. With an $11 million price tag, construction and completion of the project are expected to wrap up in the second quarter of next year, Opinion 250 has reported.
The crux of the project involves the installation of new technology that will reduce total reduced sulphur (TRS) by 60%, thus contributing to a substantial improvement in Prince George air quality.
According to Opinion 250, Canfor CEO Joe Nemeth confirmed the undertaking is one of four scheduled to take place in the area. All are part of the $122 million in subsidies Canfor Pulp is eligible for under stipulations of the Federal Green Transformation Program, the Prince George Citizen noted.
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