Benefits for Pulp Mills
The global pulp and paper mill (P&P) market is a nearly $350 billion industry, which is expected to see healthy growth to nearly $370 billion through the year 2027. Paper and pulp products are used to create end-products that are integral to our economy. Pulp mills convert wood chips and fiber into fiber board that can be bleached (or non-bleached, depending on the application) for use in a host of products from writing paper, shopping bags and wrapping paper to other varied end-use products including methylcellulose (a derivative from pulp sludge used in a series of daily products—from thickening agents to laxatives to baked goods).
The P&P industry is presently also one of the foremost users of industrial water in the U.S. Water sources are abundantly used throughout nearly every unique step of the the P&P manufacturing cycle.
When water is utilized to this degree in every facet of mill operation, the volume of water required is quite substantial. In turn, regulations have become stricter than ever, and each cubic meter of water utilized must be appropriately treated and disposed of in accordance with local and federal requirements. The risk of water contamination is high in these complicated and integrated P&P processes and efficient onsite water purification and treatments are paramount to maintaining a safe and effective P&P facility.
HASA’s industrial-use sodium hypochlorite, Multi-Chlor® premium treatment biocide and sanitizer for P&P mill water supplies and streams—helping to ensure compliant and safe water levels, from the first raw materials to hit the mill, to the last gallon of water returned to the source.
Discover why HASA is the go-to source for premier water treatment and sanitization on the market today—and why more major industries are turning to liquid sodium hypochlorite as the most trusted, economical water decontaminant available.