Industrial Minerals Opportunities in Pulp and Paper in British Columbia to the Year 2003 -- Rev

Industrial Minerals Opportunities in Pulp and Paper in British Columbia to the Year 2003 -- Rev

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This report analyzes the current British Columbia pulp and paper industry position, and forecasts trends to the year 2003 to define major shifts in papermaking raw material consumption by B.C.'s pulp and paper industry, with particular emphasis on industrial minerals. The report first describes the current pulp and paper industry perspective, including end products and markets and raw materials composition in papers; the constraints of papermaking pigment use in Western Canada; key environmental, market and technology drivers, including environmental trends, market and quality product trends, neutral/alkaline papermaking, and papermaking mineral pigments quality; and a paper and pigment forecast.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Mineral Resources Division, Geological Survey Branch, 1994
Edition: Rev
Description: 73 p. : maps, ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 95-00153

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