North American Tissue News

Irving Tissue completed the construction of a combined heat and power facility

The company completed the construction of the facility in December 2020.

Recently JD Irving, Limited published on its website an article about its sustainability actions. According to the company, protecting and restoring the environment is a year-round effort and its operations are continuously working to minimize the footprint on air, land, and water. JD Irving, together with its partners, also invests in research and conservation.

The Irving Tissue plant in Toronto, Ontario completed the construction of a combined heat and power (CHP) facility in December 2020. The natural gas-fired turbines create electricity for the plant while the plant uses the exhaust heat generated from that turbine to create steam that is required to heat the building and make tissue products.

This CHP facility will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and run at a 70% to 80% energy efficiency meaning it uses 70% to 80% of the heat in its process.

ABOUT IRVING TISSUE

Irving Tissue produces premium household store brand paper products for many of North America’s top retailers, in addition to some of the top-selling tissue brands in the marketplace.

As one of North America’s leading tissue manufacturers, we continually invest in our state-of-the-art facilities, located in Dieppe, New Brunswick, Toronto, Ontario and Fort Edward, New York. Irving Tissue major brand and private label products include bath tissue, paper towels, facial tissue and napkins.

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