Northern Pulp says it will collect the data that government is requesting, but that it clearly means more time is required beyond the current legislated deadline to complete construction of a new waste management facility. “We are confident in our plan and we will provide more information as per the government’s request, however as we’ve seen throughout this project - these requests take time,” states Brian Baarda, Paper Excellence Canada CEO. “We require an extension to the legislated deadline, so we have enough time to collect the information and to finish our new wastewater treatment facility.” Northern Pulp says it has already completed 28 studies which formed the environmental assessment registration document at the request of the provincial and federal governments. Click Read More below for additional detail.
Solenis, a leading global producer of specialty chemicals, will increase prices by 5 to 15 percent on all water treatment, process and pulp & paper product lines across the EMEA region, effective immediately or as customer contracts allow.
The price increase is necessary due to the tightening of raw material supply globally and escalating energy, packaging and transportation costs.