Columbia Pulp mill still mostly idled, awaits infusion of cash

Mike Schock

Industry News

A scaled-back crew of employees continues to work at Columbia Pulp near Starbuck, Wash., while the business seeks an infusion of cash for its wheat straw pulp factory.

 The company temporarily stopped pulp manufacturing in March because of the coronavirus pandemic and had hoped to restart in July after using the downtime to perfect its processes, said Mike Schock, a founder and vice president of the company.


Source: Lewiston Tribune


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