No production time lost at Port Hawkesbury Paper despite fire

An exterior view of Port Hawkesbury Paper in Point Tupper. NANCY KING/CAPE BRETON POST - Nancy King

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POINT TUPPER, N.S. — Port Hawkesbury Paper did not lose any production time despite a fire in one of its massive wood silos last month, a company official says.

Andrew Fedora, sustainability and outreach leader with Port Hawkesbury Paper, said Tuesday the cause of the fire was wood pellets in the silo overheating.


Source: Cape Breton Post


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