“We are very proud of the completion of this project as it demonstrates the long and positive work we have done together with our community, authorities, and partners where Nouryon has been instrumental in the important step for pulp production. The MAPA project is a hugely symbolic project for the country and the Biobío region and will allow us to modernize and increase the production efficiency of our facilities,” said Charles Kimber, Corporate and Commercial Affairs Manager at Arauco.
“The MAPA project in Chile is another example of how our long history of designing and building chlorine dioxide plants enables us to effectively support our customers locally with sustainable solutions. The new onsite plant will reduce transportation emissions, and facilitate safe and reliable operations for Arauco,” said Ann Lindgärde, Vice President Renewable Fibers at Nouryon.
Read more about Nouryon’s work in the pulp, tissue and packaging industry, about other investments that Nouryon has made to grow with its customers and about our commitment and contribution to a sustainable future.