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Pinnacle Renewable Energy to build a wood pellet plant in Alberta, Canada

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Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc. will be constructing a new $85 million wood pellet plant in the hamlet of Entwistle. This will be Pinnacle’s first plant built in Alberta, Canada, as Parkland County reported.The plant will be located approximately one kilometre east of downtown Entwistle with access t...
May 18, 2017

UPM and FSC® announce a global strategic partnership

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UPM and the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) announce a global strategic partnership to develop solutions for advancing the uptake of FSC in the market. The partnership aims at delivering benefits to forest owners through FSC certification and to increase the FSC-certified wood supply.UPM has activ...
May 11, 2017

Cleantech Building Materials plans to build the first Accoya® Wood factory in China

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Cleantech Building Materials PLC plans to build the first Accoya® Wood factory in China with Jiangsu Sopo Group (“SOPO”), a Chinese state-owned chemical group.SOPO currently has an annual capacity to produce 1.4 million tons of acetic acid, and its derivative product, acetic anhydride, which is the ...
May 9, 2017

The European Recovered Paper Council is renamed as the European Paper Recycling Council

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The European Recovered Paper Council (ERPC) has been renamed the European Paper Recycling Council (EPRC). The name change also takes into consideration the use of the term of paper for recycling rather than recovered paper in the updated European Standard List of Grades of Paper and Board for Recycl...
May 8, 2017

Finnpulp adjusts to strict permit conditions of environmental permit for its bioproduct plant in Finland

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The Regional State Administrative Agency granted Finnpulp an environmental permit for the bioproduct plant being planned for the Sorsasalo area in Kuopio, Finland. The permit conditions are, by far, the strictest ever set for any facility in the industry, whether in Finland or elsewhere in the world...
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