Island pulp and paper mills receive funding for projects to reduce natural-gas use

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Harmac Pacific’s Nanaimo pulp mill will receive $12 million from the province to reduce its natural-gas use by upgrading its biomass boiler system, as part of more than $166 million in clean-technology funding announced Monday.

Another $616,783 is going to improve Harmac’s pulp dryer and heating and ventilation systems to recover heat and cut down on natural-gas use.


Source: Times Colonist


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