Avery Dennison Corporation announced today that it plans to reduce its absolute greenhouse gas emissions by at least 3 percent every year between now and 2025. The company announced the goal in its new sustainability report.Read more
In 2016, the company will receive 1.216 million, 37.4% more than the 0.885 million allocated in 2015
Specifically, the interruptible megawatt auction held yesterday, on Monday August 31, established that next year the company will receive 1.216 million, as opposed to the 0.885 million that it will have received at the end of this year.Read more
VAGGERYD, Sweden, Aug. 31, 2015 (Press Release) -Waggeryd Cell in Sweden invests 60 million SEK in a biomass boiler in order to replace LPG with bioenergy as energy source for the flash dryer. The ground work is just about to start. The mounting of the boiler will begin during March 2016 and the start-up is scheduled for September. The mill's emission of fossil carbon dioxide will be reduced by 85 %.Read more
NORRKOPING, Sweden (Press Release) -In early August Fiskeby´s biogas production started, after nearly a year of planning and construction,. The start-up went very well and we are now producing climate neutral gas from the plant's wastewater.
During the process remains of cellulose and starch from the recycling of cartonboard become nutrients for anaerobic (oxygen-free) bacteria in the new biogas plant and the waste water is purified.Read more
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has appointed Bazmi Husain as Chief Technology Officer (CTO), effective January 1, 2016. Husain, an expert in power and automation who has been with ABB for more than 30 years, will report to CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer.Read more
Given recent layoffs, mill closings and drops in tax revenue, it's some of the only good news the paper industry has had lately in Maine.Read more