Pulp and Paper

PULP AND PAPER industry uses several processes to convert wood fibre into cellulose pulp, which is then manufactured into paper, newsprint, cardboard and thousands of other products. The basic pulp process is to reduce wood to fibre by mechanical means or by heating in chemical solutions. To make paper, the fibres are mixed with water and extruded in continuous sheets, which are pressed and dried. Some BC mills produce pulp only, which is shipped to other mills at home or abroad for use in...

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