Pulp news & analysis
U.S. paper, paperboard capacity decline slows to 1.4% in 2011 to 89.7 million tons, compared with 3.1% decline in 2010; capacity expected to decline 1% in 2012, yet increase 0.6% in 2013, 0.5% in 2014: AF&PA
Mar. 30, 2012, AF&PA
Australian Paper to begin detailed study into development of new major recycling plant at its Maryvale mill in Gippsland, Victoria; study part of company's Future Fiber Strategy aiming to increase use of recycled fiber, certified wood sourcing
Mar. 30, 2012, Australian Paper
World Bank Board approves two grants totaling US$19.8M to China to support reduction of dioxins from pulp, paper industry, promote eco-transport development in cities; China to adopt measures, strategy to reduce dioxins aided by GEF US$15M grant
Mar. 30, 2012, GEF
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More softwood and hardwood pulp price increase announcements set stage for April global markets; second quarter expected to be solid for producers
Apr. 01, 2012, Industry Intelligence
Bangladesh's Department of Environment fines three paper mills 1.45M takas, orders their closure for polluting Karnaphuli River; DOE assistant director says mills did not establish effluent treatment plants
Mar. 30, 2012, Industry Intelligence