"We've gathered a lot of best practice information on odor reduction technology in similar pulp mills and now we can confidently move forward with completing our own odor reduction project," said Tim Lowe, CEO. "Work has commenced in the last few weeks and will continue over the next few months."
Major tie-ins were done during a scheduled two-day maintenance shut down that occurred June 3-5. Phase one will be the completion of the construction part of the project. Phase two will involve a gradual start-up and calibration process of the odor reduction technology.
"We couldn't be happier to hear that Twin Rivers is going forward with odor reduction at the mill," said Edmundston Mayor Cyrille Simard. "Since taking ownership last year, the team at the mill has been doing good work to improve operations. We're pleased they're making odor reduction a priority."
Twin Rivers does not anticipate there will be any disruption to residents or businesses during the construction phase of this project.
"We work every day to create a sustainable business that will grow and thrive over the long-term," said Lowe. "We are invested in our community and we are proud to be carrying forward with a project of such importance to the people who live and work here every day."
Twin Rivers has been a vital economic engine for the region for over 80 years, producing a wide range of specialty paper and lumber products.