Palm Paper starts up paper separation plant in King's Lynn

19 Sep 2019 − 

Palm Paper has officially commissioned its new paper separation plant (PSP) and the new combined heat and power (CHP) plant to mark the 10th anniversary of the opening of the King's Lynn mill in the UK.

The sorting plant started operation in September 2019 and is designed to process up to 200,000 tonnes of mixed paper per year, according to Palm Paper. The mixed paper used in the sorting plant comes from collections of separately collected mixed papers and is sorted into deinking material and OCC. The deinking material is transported directly from the sorting line to the PM 7 drum pulper or diverted to internal storage, while OCC is being bales and sent to the customers.

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