Quesnel River Pulp British Columbia
Western Fraser has actually two BCTMP pulp mills with an overall total production capability of 650, 000 Metric Tonnes each year. The technical process applies heat, chemical substances and a refining process to help make BCTMP in a non-chlorine environment. Softwood BCTMP can be used for manufacturing products such as covered board grades, printing and writing paper and report towel / napkin grades.
Hardwood BCTMP is produced at our Slave Lake mill. It really is acknowledged for high quality amounts suited to creation of coated board grades, publishing and writing papers. Our Hardwood BCTMP is successfully introduced into niche papers and muscle grades.
Quesnel River Pulp
- Quesnel, British Columbia
- Manufacturing: 400, 000 Metric Tonnes each year of Softwood BCTMP
- Species: Primarily Lodgepole Pine and White Spruce
- Trade Name: QRP
Slave Lake Pulp
- Slave Lake, Alberta
- Production: 250, 000 Metric Tonnes annually of Hardwood BCTMP
- Species: Mainly Aspen