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paper mill

[′pā·pər ‚mil]
(industrial engineering)
A building or complex of buildings housing paper machines.
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Envelope Brown SE - 8, 30 x 40 cm, 100 GSM, Kraft Paper, Star Paper Mill
We want the Ministry's (Commerce and Industry) help regarding capital subsidy and equity in the revival of the paper mill.
In the last 3 years, some of the androgens in a river containing masculinized, paper mill effluent-exposed mosquitofish have been identified.
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.
To this day, the story of Kalamazoo Kelly's courage is known by those paper mill workers who appreciate their jobs and take pride in their work.
Pushcart Players Managing Director, Stephanie Carr, said, "We were thrilled when Paper Mill approached us about this type of event.
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES: Approximately 7,400 at the two paper mill complexes and administrative offices in China and Hong Kong
Two research groups recently identified the presence of androgen receptor ligands in the Fenholloway River, which is heavily contaminated by paper mill effluent (35,36).
It's very difficult to compare Bray with other sheet metal shops, mainly because we do specialize in the paper mill industry," says Simmons.
However, the basic paper mill training that everyone requires could be covered by a certified, industrywide program.
Paper mill sludge used to enhance growth of vegetation at former mine tailings site