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Energy Cost Reduction in the Pulp and Paper Industry

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Published by Tappi Pr .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL8351807M
    ISBN 100919578152
    ISBN 109780919578159
    OCLC/WorldCa43317751

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Energy Cost Reduction in the Pulp and Paper Industry by T. C. Browne Download PDF EPUB FB2

Energy Cost Reduction in the Pulp and Paper Industry D.W. Francis, M.T. Towers and T.C. Browne Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada (Paprican) INTRODUCTION Energy use reduction can provide cost savings, often with low capital investment.

It is a complex task, but is accessible to non-specialists with appropriate :// Energy Cost Reduction in the Pulp and Paper Industry by T. Browne (Editor) ISBN  › Books › Engineering & Transportation › Engineering. Energy cost reduction in the pulp and paper industry: an energy benchmarking perspective / [by] D.W.

Francis, M.T. Towers and T.C. Browne; developed under the guidance of the Energy Committee of the Pulp and Paper Technical Association of The pulp and paper industry comprises companies that use wood as raw Energy Cost Reduction in the Pulp and Paper Industry book and produce pulp, paper, board and other cellulose-based products.

The leading countries in pulp and pulp industry are North American (United States and Canada), northern European (Finland, Sweden, and North-West Russia) and East Asian countries (such as East Siberian Russia, China, Japan, and South Korea). The pulp and paper industry in general is highly energy intensive, consuming energy in the form of power as well as fuels.

Due to shortages in energy availability and increase in energy cost, energy conservation has become a necessity in the paper industry. There is a need to develop short- and long-term strategies for energy :// pulp and paper, on the same site.

Integrated pulp and paper mills can be more efficient than stand-alone mills. Paper can also be made from recycled fibres. Europe has the highest recovery and utilisation rate of fibres in the world ( % in ). The pulp and paper industry is energy-in-tensive, with average energy costs around 16 % of Pratima Bajpai, in Pulp and Paper Industry, The pulp and paper industry consumed EJ of final energy in as the fourth largest industrial energy consumer worldwide.

This accounted for 5% of total global industrial energy consumption and 2% of global direct carbon dioxide emissions from the industrial sector in that year (Trudeau et al., ). Focus on Energy Pulp and Paper team members contributed to the development of this guidebook: • Benjamin Thorp has held several leadership positions with major pulp and paper manufacturers, including Georgia-Pacific, Chesapeake, James River and others, with special emphasis on energy efficiency and Vision   consumed in the industry.

Energy use by type within the pulp and paper manufacturing, after applying BAT, is also shown in Table The six major consumers by area within Pulp and Paper manufacturing are shown in Table These six areas account for The paper industry is the 5 th largest consumer of energy in the world. It uses up 4% of the world’s energy.

To produce 1 ton of virgin paper, it is estimated that gallons of petrol is used. More: Paper Waste Facts. Minimizing Paper Pollution. Paper is recyclable, but not everyone recycles. We need to make an effort to be consistent about #. @article{osti_, title = {Opportunities to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.

pulp and paper industry}, author = {Martin, Nathan and Anglani, N and Einstein, D and Khrushch, M and Worrell, E and Price, L K}, abstractNote = {The pulp and paper industry accounts for over 12% of total manufacturing energy use in the U.S.

(U.S. EIA a), contributing 9 Water reduction, process integration and improved energy management are examples of measures proposed to improve energy efficiency in the pulp and paper industry [4] [5][6][7].

Pinch analysis is a   The European pulp and paper industry, the 4th largest industrial energy user in EU, has the potential to contribute to the main objectives (stemming from the global commitments) to combat climate change, that are a 20 %, 40 % and 80 % reduction in   improved energy recovery and utilization.

Means for dealing with these issues are available, but they can costly. New technology may result in significant energy benefits.

INTRODUCTION The kraft process, which uses sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium sulphide (Na2S) to pulp wood, is the dominant pulping process in the pulp and paper industry   the U.S. Energy cost reduction, improved competitive-ness, and reduced environmental compliance costs provide a compelling business case for Midwest pulp and paper mills to invest in facility-appropriate energy efficiency improvements, as well as energy manage-ment programs.

the report uses mill-level data   Solar’s experience in the pulp and paper process and tissue paper manufacturing process spreads across the globe with installations in six continents. This solution that Solar offers directly assists customers with undisturbed tissue machine production, energy cost reduction, and energy consumption in the pulp and paper ://   Energy and Cost Analysis in Pulp and Paper Industry by Auditing Techniques Fig.

1: Cost and Energy saving for the audited sections. Conclusion and Recommendations From the above case study it is found that old version pumps were consuming higher power. By applying same capacity but high efficiency pumps, it is observed that 50% Get this from a library.

Energy cost reduction in the pulp and paper industry: an energy benchmarking perspective. [David William Francis; M T Towers; T C Browne; Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation.; Canada.

Office of Energy Efficiency.]   The production of paper and board is an energy intensive process. With an energy use of EJ inthe pulp and paper industry was responsible for about 6 % of the world’s total industrial energy consumption (International Energy Agency (IEA) ), being the fourth largest industrial energy user prices rose drastically from until by around 40 % on average in Accordingly, energy efficiency has increased in the Chinese pulp and paper industry with years of efforts, but its transformation remains unclear.

Furthermore, the energy-saving potential, energy cost saving, and carbon dioxide emission reduction in the pulp and paper industry are evaluated according to the Twelfth Five-year Plan (–).

Highlights We analyze energy efficiency potentials in the German paper industry. 17 specific process technologies are analyzed using a bottom-up approach. We find energy saving potential of 21% for fuels and 16% for electricity by The resulting annual CO 2 mitigation amounts to about 3 Mt CO 2-eq.

The larger part of this potential is cost-effective from a firm :// The main source of cellulosic fibre used for pulp and paper production comes from wood, while non-wood fibres are used to a lesser extent. However, a renewed interest exists in the use of non-woody raw materials due to their abundance as source of low-cost fibres and because they are sometimes the only exploitable source of fibres in certain geographical areas, mainly in developing ://   Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada (PAPTAC) is a Canadian-based non-profit organization, dedicated to improving the technical and professional capabilities of its members worldwide, and to the advancement of the pulp and paper industry.

Exfor, TECH courses, Journal of Pulp and Paper Science (JPPS), Association technique des pâtes et papier du Canada, Energy cost reduction in the pulp and paper industry: an overview - Increased energy efficiency can lead to improved competitive advantage Article in Pulp and Paper Canada -Ontario- (2) Role Of Biotechnology In Pulp And Paper Industry R.K.

Trivedy * and R.K. Pathak **. 1 C, Prakriti, Balewadi, Baner, PuneIndia. 2 Department of Biotechnology, Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra Mumbai, India *Corresponding Author: R.K. Trivedy E-mail: [email protected] Received date 7 March, ; Accepted date 4 June, Visit for more related articles at Journal Get this from a library.

Energy cost reduction in the pulp and paper industry - an energy benchmarking perspective. [David William Francis; Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation.; Canada. Office of Energy Efficiency.] Suggested Citation: "7 The Pulp and Paper Industry." National Academy of Engineering and National Research Council.

Industrial Environmental Performance Metrics: Challenges and Opportunities. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Material flows in the U.S. forest products industry,Box heights are to The Pulp and Paper Industry Energy Bandwidth Study concluded that applying current design practices for the most modern mills can reduce the energy consumption of the pulp and paper industry by percent and that the implementation of advanced technologies could reduce mill energy consumption by even more (41 percent) (DOE, c).

Of course Case study of pulp-paper-industry and equipments for efficient generation and usage of energy Involvement of all employees for cost reduction in generation of steam and power and efficient utilisation of the same Contributing to the energy needs of the State and export the surplus power Reduce the specific energy consumption by 2% every   Pulp and Paper Industry: Energy Conservation presents a number of energy-efficient technologies and practices that are cost-effective and available for implementation ng energy-efficient technologies and future prospects in this field are also dealt with.

Qualitative and quantitative results/data on energy savings for various steps of pulp and paper making process are Voith has now been engaged to supply new calender rolls with heating system for the newsprint paper machine Valmet and Metsä Board have signed an agreement for the supply of key technology for the planned renewal of the Husum pulp mill in Sustainability Report.

AF&PA released its Sustainability Report, which highlights the U.S. pulp, paper, packaging, tissue and wood products manufacturing industry’s contributions to sustainability across the value chain, including members’ progress toward achieving the Better Practices, Better Planet sustainability goals.

The full sustainability report with highlights of Industrial energy efficiency has received increasing attention in many countries because of its importance in the pursuit of energy supply security, increased economic competitiveness and in the mitigation of greenhouse gases emissions.

This paper aimed to evaluate the energy consumption development of the Brazilian pulp and paper industry through an energy decomposition analysis and an energy   Integrated Control of Emission Reduction, Energy-Saving and Cost-Benefit Using a Multi-Objective Optimization Technique in the Pulp and Paper Industry Zongguo Wen a,*, Chang Xu a,Xueying Zhang a State Key Joint Laboratory of Environment Simulation and Pollution Control (SKLESPC), School of Environment, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China The concept of energy reduction through the water reduction in the pulp and paper industry was applied by Wising et al.

With the same concept, Nordam et al. (), presented a design for water and energy systems reducing energy consumption by reducing water :// Zero Liquid Discharge For Pulp and paper industries 1.

ZERO LIQUID DISCHARGE THROUGH PULP & PAPER INDUSTRY SUBMITTED BY: SOORAJ GARG P14EN UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF Dr. Namrita D Jariwala Assistant Professor Department of Civil   The Pulp and Paper Industry INDUSTRY OVERVIEW The pulp and paper industry is the 11th largest manufacturing industry in the U.S.

industrial sec-tor, but is the third largest energy consumer. Un-like other industries, however, the pulp and paper industry can generate a large percentage of its energy needs through the use of wood ://~ota/disk3///PDF.

Downloadable (with restrictions). The pulp and paper industry is a significant consumer of fossil energy in the Taiwanese manufacturing sector. The concentration of greenhouse gases (GHG) from manufacturing factory activities and vehicle emissions has increased remarkably.

Notable energy savings can be achieved in the pulp and paper industry through energy flow ://   Reduction of water pollutant emissions and energy consumption is regarded as a key environmental objective for the pulp and paper industry.

The paper develops a bottom-up model called the Industrial Water Pollutant Control and Technology Policy (IWPCTP) based on an industrial technology simulation system and multiconstraint technological :// Industrial sector is the largest user of energy in India and in many parts of the world.

The pulp and paper industry accounted for 6% of total global industrial energy consumption, being the fourth largest energy consumer worldwide. For India, energy audit of a paper carton manufacturing unit was earlier reported with the following results.

The specific electrical and thermal energy. The pulp and paper industry is the largest industrial wood consumer in the world. Although recycling has helped, it has not been able to make an appreciable difference.

Using agricultural residues as a fibre source for paper offers clear environmental benefits, making use of an existing waste product while displacing the need for virgin :// /Paper is an important material, used daily for many purposes worldwide.

The global production of paper and cardboard stood at approximately million metric tons in More than half of Pulp and paper industry in Taiwan Unit: m3-water/ton-pulp or paper Item Samples Low High Average Pulping 3 Packing paper 24 Fine paper 8 Tissue paper 12 Special paper 6 2.

Water resource and quality requirement for the paper ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf.