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paper mill

[′pā·pər ‚mil]
(industrial engineering)
A building or complex of buildings housing paper machines.
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The apex court on Friday had dismissed NAB's plea for re-opening three years old Hudaibiya Paper Mills case, terming it time barred.
Situated approximately 70 miles southwest of Phoenix, Doubletree Paper Mills is GEs first MBR wastewater reuse project for a paper mill in the United States.
The company added the paper mill has officially gone into production, with annual raw paper production capacity of 150,000 metric tons.
We want the Ministry's (Commerce and Industry) help regarding capital subsidy and equity in the revival of the paper mill.
The new paper mill will be built at Portucel's existing pulp and paper mill site in Setubal, the company said.
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The state-of-the-art paper mill will be the largest and most technologically advanced paper mill in North America and will produce 330,000 tons per year of high-quality newsprint from 100 percent recycled fiber.
It turned out that the paper mill was emitting tiny crystals of potassium chloride and sodium chloride, which rose with the updrafts into the cloud.
The next day, when all the paper mill workers came in, they saw Kalamazoo Kelly standing by the machines, working them.
This paper mill has been shutting down every now and then for last few years due to shortage of raw material thereby incurring huge losses.
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES: Approximately 7,400 at the two paper mill complexes and administrative offices in China and Hong Kong
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