groundwood

groundwood

(ˈɡraʊndˌwʊd)
n
wood pulp that has been produced by grinding as opposed to chemical disintegration

ground•wood

(ˈgraʊndˌwʊd)

n.
wood that has been ground for making into pulp.
[1915–20]
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Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the affirmative preliminary determination in the antidumping duty (AD) investigation of imports of uncoated groundwood paper from Canada.
Groundwood Books Publisher Patsy Aldana has been named as a member of the Order of Canada.
Marys consumes about 360,000 megawatt hours of power annually, roughly half of that goes toward their groundwood pulping process which converts wood to pulp.
It could be groundwood levels or pressure-sensitive adhesives, which are a big issue now in office pack because of legislation like HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) that requires those documents to be destroyed.
Price increases for coated groundwood papers have been announced and achieved, but there is resistance, particularly from catalog publishers.
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the initiation of new antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations to determine whether imports of uncoated groundwood paper from Canada are being dumped in the United States, and whether producers in Canada are receiving alleged unfair subsidies.
Congratulations to Groundwood Books which is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this fall.
Myllykoski Group, Helsinki, Finland has contracted Metso Paper to deliver equipment for groundwood pulp and paper making processes to Myllykoski's paper mills in Germany, Finland, and the United States.
Music from the Sky by Denise Gillard, Illustrated by StephenTaylor Groundwood Books' May 2001, $15.
The company also makes coated and uncoated groundwood papers, bleached draft pulp and lumber products.