Cambará do Sul city to produce energy with wood from former pulp mill

SAO PAULO, March 12, 2019 (PPI Latin America) -The Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul authorized the installation of a new power plant in Cambará do Sul city, which up to 2012 had a small pulp mill producing bleached softwood (BSK) pulp. The project aims to use waste from the former company, Cambará, including logs, twigs, stumps and bundles of wood, as fuel for electric energy generation.

Currently, Cambará only produces tissue paper in the city, acquiring market pulp from other producers.

In February, the project – named Usina Termelétrica Cambará – received the green light from the state’s environmental foundation ...

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