Our Summer 2019 digital edition is available now!
June 20, 2019 – The Summer 2019 digital edition of Pulp & Paper Canada is now available!
Northern Pulp, Paper Excellence's mill in Abercrombie, Nova Scotia, has been a hot topic in Canadian news for the past year as it attempts to get a new effluent treatment plant in place before losing its current drainage pipe in 2020 – amid opposition from environmental groups and local fishers. In our cover story, writer Treena Hein offers a balanced look at the situation featuring some technical details about the possible new plant that are not often seen in the regular news cycle.
Inside the new issue, you'll find:
Pipe or #NoPipe?
The latest on the contentious Northern Pulp saga
Q&A: David Mead
A risk analyst weighs in on keeping capital projects on track and on budget
Residual effective alkali control
Maintain ideal levels in kraft pulping, from the digester to the recovery cycle
Canadian-made paper straws
Drinking straws made with Canadian pulp are coming to market
Technology focus: Machine clothing
Press and dryer fabrics, as well as a tension gauge
And much more, including the latest industry and technology news.
Read the Summer 2019 digital edition of Pulp & Paper Canada.
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TAPPI Introduction to Kraft Pulping and Bleaching Course
August 13-14, 2019
PAPTAC Atlantic Branch Conference
September 18-20, 2019
October 1-4, 2019
FPInnovations Pulp, Paper & Bioproducts Course
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BLRBAC Fall 2019 Meeting
October 14-16, 2019
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