Mill to recycle more, use less water

Millworkers Bob Cameron, left, and Dennis O’Keefe trim the edge of a roll of paper that has been processed at the mill. Leader photo by Lily Haight

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The Port Townsend Paper Corporation aims to increase its intake of recycled cardboard, while also reducing its consumption of fresh water by close to a million gallons per day.

Both improvements are tied to the planned replacement of the company’s Old Corrugated Container pulper, which is 22 years old, scheduled for this fall, but not before the public comment period expires June 28.

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Source: The Leader

 

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