Posts Tagged ‘Tembec Inc’
Filed under: Specialty Cellulose
Tembec Upgrades Specialty Cellulose Plant
by Trevor J. Murphy on Mar 27th, 2012
Pulp and paper producer Tembec Inc. announced this week they would invest $190 million to upgrade their specialty cellulose plant in Temiscaming, Quebec. The upgrade will replace three old boilers with a new high-pressure boiler that is designed to burn the waste byproduct of the cellulose manufacturing plant. The change will not only increase the mill’s overall capacity by 5,000 metric tonnes but will also create a new co-generation faci...
Filed under: Cogeneration
Tembec Announces Cogeneration Project
by Trevor J. Murphy on Nov 16th, 2011
Montreal-based pulp and paper company Tembec Inc. announced this week they will be launching a $190-million cogeneration project at their Témiscamingue site in northwestern Quebec. According to an article published by the Montreal Gazette, “the cogeneration program will replace three old boilers with one modern high-pressure unit burning liquors produced in Tembec’s existing chemicals plants [and] will reduce overall energy costs and boos...
Filed under: Dissolving Pulp
Canadian Mill Expands Dissolving Pulp Capacity
by Trevor J. Murphy on Oct 11th, 2011
One of Canada’s largest pulp and paper mills will undergo a $190-million boiler upgrade that could lead to a large-scale expansion of their dissolving pulp capacity. According to Pulp and Paper Canada Magazine, Tembec Inc. will replace three aging low-pressure boilers at their Temiscaming site with one new boiler. The change will not only increase the mill’s overall capacity but will also create a new co-generation facility that will see n...