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"The Making of Pulp"
Idahoís forests play an important role in making paper products. This video features Clearwater Paper Corporationís facility at Lewiston, Idaho. It shows how they turn wood chips and sawdust into pulp, the main ingredient used to make the many paper products we all use every day. Making pulp requires a lot of science and engineering and a commitment to the environment.


"Paperboard Mill"
Paperboard is the material used to make folded cartons, liquid packaging and other products, paper cups and plates and printing paper. It needs to be strong, uniform and clean and thatís exactly how Clearwater Paper makes paperboard at their mill in Lewiston, Idaho. This video shows the process of turning pulp into products we use every day.


"Tissue Mill"
Most people know that paper products come from trees. This video shows the technology, machinery and peoplepower Clearwater Paper uses at its Lewiston, Idaho mill to turn wood pulp into paper towels, facial tissues, napkins and bathroom tissue. Itís a fast, safe, efficient and fine-tuned process. Papermaking is important to Idaho with paper products accounting for nearly half of all forest products sales in the state.


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