Amursk


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Amursk

 

urban-type settlement and administrative center of Amur Raion, Khabarovsk Krai, RSFSR; on the left bank of the Amur River; 60 km north of Komsomol’sk-na-Amur and 18 km from the Mylki railroad station (on the Volochaevka-Komsomol’sk-na-Amur line). The population in 1968 was 25,000.

Amursk was founded in 1958 in connection with the construction of a large pulp and cardboard complex. There is an evening pulp and paper technicum.

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In Amursk, the townspeople also have to determine the public territory, the improvement of which will begin this year.
Its processing hubs include Dukat, Amursk POX and Omolon while the standa-lone mines in its portfolio include Voro, Khakanja and Varvara.
A native of Novosibirsk, Ludmila now lives with her husband and two daughters in the young (only 30 years old) industrial town of Amursk in the far east Khabarovsky Region of Russia.
On deck one afternoon I have an endearing encounter with the chairman of the Municipal Committee on Ecology and Nature Development for Amursk, a city downriver from Khabarovsk whose air and water are polluted by a huge paper mill.
The Company plans to process low-carbon concentrate at the debottlenecked Amursk POX facility, but retains the flexibility to direct this material to offtake.
However, the figures came with a sting: due to unexpectedly high chlorine concentrations in the process water and design weaknesses, the Amursk POX plant had to be shut down in late December and is currently operating at 60% capacity.
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Production growth will be delivered from Amursk POX and full ramp-up of Omolon.
The China Paper Investment Co Ltd (China Paper) and Russian Forest Products Group (RFP Group) are planning to develop a pulp and paper plant with a capacity of 500,000 tonnes of softwood pulp per year in Amursk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia.