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Double A considers deinked pulp production at Alizay mill

18 Apr 2019 − 

After starting work for a biomass boiler at the Alizay site in France, Double A is now considering to start producing deinked pulp. This would secure raw material supply for its recycled paper.

Thai paper manufacturer Double A is considering a cooperation with an undisclosed company to produce deinked pulp at its Alizay copy paper mill in France. A trade union spokesperson told EUWID that discussions on the project were ongoing. However, a definitive decision had yet to be made, he added.

Current plans include transferring and installing the former deinked pulp line of Ecocis, located at the idled Voreppe mill close to Grenoble, at the Alizay site. If the project was implemented, the undisclosed company would operate the line and produce deinked pulp with an annual capacity of 120,000 tpy.

Want to find out more on Double A's plans and the Alizay site? Find the full article in EUWID Pulp and Paper issue no 17/2019, which will be available to our e-paper and print subscribers as of 25 April.

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