Shortage in materials used for PPE has companies turning to paper mills

The Twin Rivers Paper Company Madawaska mill taken on a snowy day April 9, 2020. Morgan Mitchell | BDN

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MADAWASKA, Maine — Paper mills owned by Twin Rivers Paper Company, like the one in Madawaska, are working to develop materials to be used for various personal protective equipment such as gowns and face masks as well as for disinfectant wipes.

Twin Rivers Paper Mill in Madawaska is just one of six paper mills owned by the Twin Rivers Paper Company, which also has pulp and lumber mills in Edmundston, New Brunswick.


Source: Bangor Daily News


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