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News Forestry Government Manufacturing General
January 10, 2018  

US hits Canadian newsprint producers with initial countervailing duties

An overall tariff of 6.53% levied on about 25 Canadian plants, mostly in Quebec and Ontario.

News Pulp & Paper Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Sustainability Technology
June 20, 2013  

Chairman Lederer named as interim CEO Catalyst Paper

Executive search is on but no permanent replacement yet.

News Business Operations Operations Sustainability
June 26, 2012  

Creditors approve Catalyst restructuring plan

Previous plan failed to win support from lenders, unionized workers.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
March 20, 2012  

Unions, Catalyst reach cost cutting deals in BC

Insolvent Catalyst Paper has reached cost-cutting labour agreements with unions representing more than 1,000 paper and pulp workers at three mills in BC.

News Pulp & Paper Sustainability
February 1, 2012  

Catalyst Paper gets $175M financing

Pulp and paper producer Catalyst Paper has secured up to $175 million in financing as it moves forward with restructuring under court protection from creditors.

News Sustainability
April 19, 2011  

Fire consumes half of mill’s waste paper inventory

Catalyst Paper’s Snowflake Mill in northeast Arizona has shut down production following a fire Monday that destroyed approximately 14,000 tonnes of recovered waste paper.

News Production
April 19, 2011  

More value from each tree

Catalyst Paper and Domtar are investing in generating power and developing new materials from their manufacturing processes.

News Pulp & Paper Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
April 19, 2011  

Pulp sludge is green gold

Municipalities and industrial water users can turn their wastewater sludge into fertilizer and biogas using Paradigm Environmental Technologies’ MicroSludge green technology.

News Sustainability
December 13, 2010  

Catalyst paper mill to demo $6.12M biogas plant

Catalyst Paper Corp. is testing an anaerobic digestion technology as part of a $6.12 million demonstration project that will turn some of the effluent produced at its Crofton pulp and paper mill into renewable energy.