Irving Pulp and Paper

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Assessment of wood attributes using remote sensing (AWARE)

2015/16-2019/20 • $1,969,364
Canadian forest inventory and management requirements are changing rapidly as the forest sector works to satisfy an increasingly complex set of rules, standards, business practices, and public expectations (i.e., economic, environmental and social policy goals). As a result the Canadian forestry...

Proposed development of a mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) early life-stage bioassay as a surrogate to wild fish surveys

2018/19-2019/20 • $111,650
The Federal Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) program mandates that pulp and paper mills operating in Canada assess the impacts of their effluents on aquatic receiving environments. They must undertake monitoring activities as part of regulated three-year cycles. One area of monitoring...

Fundamental studies of drying, combustion and ash properties of biomass and impacts of pulp and paper mill operations

2012/13-2015/16 • $1,876,000
Pulp and paper mills in Canada require large amounts of high pressure steam and electric power to operate. About two-thirds of the energy required is supplied by burning the concentrated black liquor (spent pulping liquor) in recovery boilers. The remaining is from biomass boilers, known...

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