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Jul 2, 2012

Lenzing Site : Construction Start of the New TENCEL® Production Facility

Investments of EUR 130 mn in Upper Austria

Expected completion in about 24 months

110 new jobs

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June 10, 2012

10 Questions About Toshiba's No-Print Day

In a stunning display of greenwashing and ignorance, a U.S. branch of Toshiba has proclaimed October 23 National No-Print Day.

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June 12, 2012

British Columbia’s Special Committee on Timber Supply consultation schedule

The British Columbia Special Committee on Timber Supply has announced its plans for conducting community and provincial consultations.

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May 25th, 2012

Devon Lumber in Fredericton has wood chips piled 2 storeys high and no buyers

Harry Gill, president of Devon Lumber Company in Fredericton, New Brunswick, said he has no market for his wood chips now that so many pulp mills are shut down in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Maine, and Quebec.

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May 14, 2012

When, where and how wood is used impact carbon emissions from logging

A new study from the University of California, Davis, provides a deeper understanding of the complex global impacts of deforestation on greenhouse gas emissions.

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May 9, 2012

A Papermaker’s Perspective on Sustainable Forestry

There is not a single matter related to papermaking that touches each of us as personally and emotionally as forestry. Simply put, people love trees.

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May 15th, 2012

ROTTNE INDUSTRY AB and Russia - Biggest ever order

ROTTNE INDUSTRY AB has signed one of its biggest order ever. A Russian company has ordered forestry equipment worth over 40 million. Deliveries will be made in three stages during 2012.

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April 11, 2012

Sappi Strives to Take the Guilt Out of Paper

Sappi Fine Paper North America has released eQ Journal 004, an in-depth look at sustainable forestry.

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April 23, 2012

Bye-bye biomass? Cheap natural gas displaces in-woods fuels at US pulp mills

A mild winter in the Eastern USA plus advances in low-cost drilling fattened natural gas supplies and dragged prices to a 10-year low in early April. In fact, prices began falling last summer.

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April 20, 2012

Province considers 'option' of over-riding chief forester to supply mills with timber

A leaked Ministry of Forests document reveals a proposal that the B.C. government override the top official charged with managing the province's forests to find a timber supply for Burns Lake.


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