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A GUIDE TO ENERGY SAVINGS OPPORTUNITIES IN THE KRAFT PULP INDUSTRY

This book gives the pulp and paper engineer a practical, concise, step-by-step approach to improve the energy efficiency of a kraft mill. The elements of this approach comprise: in-depth energy audits; benchmarking against existing and new mills; gathering energy saving ideas from the technical literature; mill testimonials; PAPTAC’s Energy Conservation Opportunities annual competition; evaluating impacts on mill systems; and projecting future energy cost savings.

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ENERGY COST REDUCTION IN THE PULP & PAPER INDUSTRY - An Energy Benchmarking Perspective

This booklet aims to provide the industry with guidelines in helping to conserve energy in manufacturing operations. It includes a series of benchmark levels in energy usage for various operations in kraft and newsprint mills, as well as discussions of energy usage in TMP and recycling plants. Various industry groups, including members of the PAPTAC Energy Community, the Office of Energy Efficiency and the Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation of Natural Resources Canada, participated in the development of this booklet.

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ENERGY CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES 1981–1994/1995–2000/2001–2004

The Energy Conservation Opportunities project of PAPTAC’s Energy Community was implemented in 1981 to promote the use of energy-saving measures taken in Canadian mills. An Energy Conservation award, sponsored by the Pulp & Paper Canada Magazine, is presented to the Canadian pulp, paper or board mill which submits the best example of a successfully implemented energysaving idea. These books contain all entries submitted from the initiation of the project in 1981 to those submitted for the Award in 2004.

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