By: Editorial Staff
Kruger Inc. announced a $51 million (Canadian) modernization project that aims to improve paper quality, reduce production costs (including fossil fuel consumption), and double the capacity of deinking at its Bromptonville, Quebec, mill.
Increasing capacity to 140,000 metric tons per year at the 7-year-old deinking plant will put more recycled fiber into paper produced at the company’s Bromptonville and Trois-Rivieres plants.
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