The 1.8 million square foot facility which opened in 1990, produces Kimberly-Clark's bath tissue as well as paper towels.
The 342-acre mill site also houses a distribution center.
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The project was the development, construction and implementation of a combined heat and power unit behind the mill.
The unit has allowed Kimberly-Clark to stabilize its energy costs and improve its manufacturing competitiveness, while improving New Milford air quality by reducing emissions from greenhouse gases and particulates.Read more
The rebuild has been carried out by Toscotec according to the tight time schedule of only ten days shut down from paper to paper.
The Pian della Rocca plant was composed of a Toscotec sloped wire machine with grooved cast iron YD 12 ft diameter, originally supplied in 1987 and rebuilt into Crescent Former in 2000 by Toscotec.Read more