Austrocel restarts pulp, bio-ethanol production at its mill in Hallein, Germany, after nine-month shutdown resulting from gas leak; company makes dissolving pulp at 160,000 tonnes/year capacity, generates 100 GWh/year of electricity, employs 300 workers

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LOS ANGELES , April 4, 2022 () –

Austrocel has restarted production of pulp and bio-ethanol at its mill in Hallein, Germany, after shutting down operations last June to resolve a dangerous gas leak, Euwid reported on April 1. 

Austrocel’s mill primarily produces dissolving pulp for Chinese markets. The site can produce pulp at a 160,000-tonnes/year capacity. The facility also produces bio-ethanol for OMV, a petroleum company.

The company generates electricity at 100 GWh/year. It currently employs 300 workers. 

The primary source for this article is Euwid, Gernsbach, Germany, published April 1, 2022. To read the original article, click here. (Full report access may require a Euwid subscription.)

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