The Problem with Seal Water Systems, Paper360º September/October



A survey of published Corporate Sustainability Reports in the pulp and paper industry shows that the reports prioritize the critical need for water conservation and energy savings. Stated objectives often call for a minimum of 5 percent savings and can be as high as 20 percent when the goal is stretched to 10 years.

One example highlighted in a European Union (EU) Eco-Management and Audit Report details raw water intake for cooling and sealing at 17 million m³ (4.6 billion gal-lons per annum). With a water reduction goal of 5 percent, the mill at issue is looking for ways to save 230 million gallons of water usage. 

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The Problem with Seal Water Systems, Paper360º September/Oct
The Problem with Seal Water Systems, Paper360º September/October
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Author: Heinz P. Bloch and Tom Grove

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