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Evergreen Pulp mill chips in for machine

Posted by ecoshift on September 11, 2007

Evergreen Pulp mill chips in for machine
John Driscoll/The Times-Standard
09/05/2007 04:27:20 AM PDT

Evergreen Pulp is busy building a machine that will chew up whole logs from tan oak trees, long considered a weed where it occurs on timberlands.

The Samoa mill may be able to supply 10 to 15 percent of its needs using the whole log chipper which it bought from a veneer plant in Rogue River, Ore. The machine will be housed in a three-story building, and includes sorters, shakers and bins to separate the pulp processes’ raw material — chips — from hog fuel, which would be sold to local wood-burning power plants.

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