Biomass to reduce emissions and fuel Japanese paper plant

Japanese corrugate manufacturer Rengo has completed the construction of a biomass incineration facility at its Tonegawa Division in Japan.

The Division includes three plants involved in paperboard production, printing and converting, and the production of multi-pack cartons and the facility has been built to effectively utilize fuel energy paper sludge and other waste emitted from the plant's paper production process.

The purpose of the facility is to reduce fuel costs by effectively utilizing waste from the plant, and also to cut 6,000 tons CO2 emissions every year.

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