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Voith Paper to supply OCC recovered paper system to Cascades Greenpac containerboard mill in Niagara Falls, NY

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Voith Paper to supply OCC recovered paper system to Cascades Greenpac containerboard mill in Niagara Falls, NY

July 31, 2011 - 20:20

HEIDENHEIM, Germany, Aug. 1, 2011 (Press Release) -Cascades Inc., a leader in the recovery of recyclable materials and the production of green packaging and tissue paper products, announced that its Norampac division has selected Voith to provide a OCC recovered paper system, designed for 1,710 BDSTPD, and anaerobic effluent treatment plant for its new Greenpac Mill project in Niagara Falls, NY, USA.

Voith Paper is strongly committed to Greenpac's project goals and has designed a process that optimizes the overall cost of ownership for the company. Particularly, the high efficiency of Voith equipment with regard to energy consumption, minimal fiber loss and low water consumption will contribute to achieving the project goals.

Voith Paper Fiber & Environmental Solutions will supply the entire new OCC recovered paper system from the pulper feed conveyors through dewatering; the containerboard machine's approach flow system; and the water, sludge and rejects handling processes required for the world-class plant.

The equipment components comprising the system are the energy efficient IntensaPulper R furnish pulper, complete coarse cleaning and screening systems, fine cleaning with EcoMizer Technology and fine slotted screening with C-bar slotted baskets and MF power-saving rotors. In addition, the anaerobic effluent treatment plant for the effective degradation of dissolved organic waste produced by the system will also be supplied.

Voith Paper is continuously improving its internal processes and product portfolio to support sustainable business development that minimizes its impact on the environment and future generations.