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Risi Identifies 17 Containerboard Machines In Europe With A High Risk Of Closure starstarstarstarstar   10th November 2009 - Views: 434 Risi Identifies 17 Containerboard Machines In Europe With A High Risk Of Closure This report analyses the risk of closure for 85 mills and 120+ machines, each ranked by major criteria such as cost position, market prospects for the grade, future regional wood supply, corporate significance of the mill, machine age and machine size.

Biocube(tm) Field Trials Commence starstarstarstarstar   4th November 2009 - Views: 584 Biocube(tm) Field Trials Commence “After successfully satisfying the stringent Australian Health and Safety standards we’ve been improving the machine with design modifications that improve the quality of biodiesel produced, the ease of operation and reliability as we move towards our manufacturing model.

Old King Coal Not Wearing Any Clothes starstarstarstarstar   30th October 2009 - Views: 476 Old  King Coal Not Wearing Any Clothes ‘The coal industries new clothes is so called ‘clean coal’.

Melbourne's Water Overflows The Target! starstarstarstarstar   30th October 2009 - Views: 466 Water use has soared this week to a spring high of 157 litres per person per day - increasing 9 litres in the past week and some 25 litres over the past five weeks.

Old King Coal Not Wearing Any Clothes 1 starstarstarstarstar   30th October 2009 - Views: 479 Old King Coal Not Wearing Any Clothes 1 The coal industries new clothes is ‘so called’ clean coal. It’s unproven, won’t lower emissions and now, according to the Commonwealth, not commercially viable,’ said Toby Hutcheon, Executive Director of Queensland Conservation (QCC).

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