B.C. mill doubles production, ships medical pulp south despite U.S. export ban

Personal protective equipment like N95 masks are in short supply around the world. (Tyson Koschik/CBC)

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The owner of a British Columbia mill that makes pulp for surgical masks, gowns and other medical supplies says the shortage of personal protective equipment is a global problem, and companies should be helping out to the best of their ability.

"Wherever medical supplies are needed and where there's a shortage, everybody should be doing their part to make sure they can supply as much medical supplies to the front line as possible," said Harmac Pacific president Levi Sampson. 

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Source: CBC News

 

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