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Orient Paper & Industries Ltd. | Date: 2008-10-28

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Kishore V.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Sanjay T.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Moharana C.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Pankaj S.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd.
IPPTA: Quarterly Journal of Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association | Year: 2011

Farm forestry plays a key role in developing pathways for additional resources in a sustainable and eco-friendly manner. With the increasing trend of raw material requirement by wood-based industries and its diversion to other usage, it is essential to plan, design and develop plantation with genetically improved pulp wood species. It has already been proved that farmers have got enough awareness about Eucalyptus Clonal plantation as a most preferred planting material to get maximum returns in shortest span. Farming community is being facilitated by pulp & paper industries by providing high quality clonal sapling, package of practice supported by backward-Forward linkage to reap the benefits. A case study is taken into consideration as significance of farm Forestry through Clonal Eucalyptus plantation, and details of the study / analysis was carried out by Raw Material Development, Orient paper mills, Amlai for the Progressive farmer Shri Keshav Pratap Singh, Village Pararia, Block Pawai, Dist Panna, (M.P). The results are highly encouraging by achieving the yield 26 MT/Ha/Year with minimum expenditure of Rs. 7500/-/Ha/Year supported by good silvicultural practice in span of 4 years. Source

Jena S.C.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Maheswari M.S.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Agarwal S.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Sarkar P.K.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd. | Vimal K.,Orient Paper Industries Ltd.
IPPTA: Quarterly Journal of Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association | Year: 2011

Orient Paper Mills, Amlai is an old integrated pulp and paper mill. There is a continuous effort to reduce water consumption per Ton of paper produced. The plant is a pioneer in effectively using the treated effluent for its own plantation through HRTS and do not discharge any coloured effluent in the river. The volume of non-coloured discharge to river has significantly reduced. The recent efforts of conservation and reuse of paper machine back water has added to the continual efforts of water conservation and reuse. This has resulted in reducing the discharge of treated effluent to river. More efforts are dwelled upon to adopt and upgrade the existing technology by adoption of Hot Screening of unbleached pulp and Oxygen delignification processes using Vacuum washer & Twin Roll Presses for washing. This has improved the black liquor solids & reduced the environmental impacts on reduction of effluent volume and AOX in the discharge. It is also planned to recycle the clarified & treated Grade-II effluent at the various locations. The pertinent efforts and endeavors can make the first Indian integrated pulp & paper mill zero discharge mill in India. Source

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