New Domtar paper will replace some plastics

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ESPANOLA—With a deadline of 2021 looming for single-use plastics, the innovators at Domtar in Espanola have a plan to create a tough paper alternative for products as diverse as muffin cups and surgical equipment wrappers through its Stealth Fiber Technology—all while improving air and water quality and protecting jobs.

To assist with those goals, the Canadian government is ponying up $28.8 million to help with the $57.5 million project, according to a government release.

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Source: Manitoulin Expositor

 

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