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MacKenzie

The Mackenzie Pulp operation is currently curtailed. Located in northern British Columbia and commissioned in 1972, Mackenzie Pulp has a long history with the District of Mackenzie. When operating, the mill manufactures some of the brightest, cleanest and strongest pulp on the market with unique characteristics of the white spruce, lodge pole pine and alpine fir which thrive in the cold northern climate. The Paper Excellence Mackenzie Pulp Mill is a leading producer of high quality Northern Bleached Softwood Kraft pulps. These pulps are used by customers worldwide to make a wide variety of products from tissue and paper towels to fine writing paper.

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Kraft digesters, bleach plant, utility island, and waste water treatment facility
  • NBSK Pulp: 245,000 tonnes per year
  • Self-generated green power
  • Northern BC fibre supply dominated by sawmill residual chips and pulp logs
  • 260 full time employees
  • 1,000 indirect jobs in British Columbia
  • $300 million in economic contribution
  • Local property taxation of $1.9 million annually
  • Air emissions controls, waste water treatment and engineered landfill
  • Over 75% of the mill’s energy comes from renewable sources
  • 40% of power use is self-generated green electricity
  • Certified to PEFC™Chain of Custody
  • Robust health and safety program to help protect employees
  • Local donations program that focuses funds cultural, athletic and other important aspects of the community
  • Active relationship with local First Nations partnering on mill fibre supply
  • Mill scholarship programs for post-graduation students
  • Engaged corporate citizen participating in Chamber of Commerce events
  • Corporate sponsor of McLeod Lake Indian Band Annual General Assembly

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Kraft digesters, bleach plant, utility island, and waste water treatment facility
  • NBSK Pulp: 245,000 tonnes per year
  • Self-generated green power
  • Northern BC fibre supply dominated by sawmill residual chips and pulp logs
  • 260 full time employees
  • 1,000 indirect jobs in British Columbia
  • $300 million in economic contribution
  • Local property taxation of $1.9 million annually
  • Air emissions controls, waste water treatment and engineered landfill
  • Over 75% of the mill’s energy comes from renewable sources
  • 40% of power use is self-generated green electricity
  • Certified to PEFC™Chain of Custody
  • Robust health and safety program to help protect employees
  • Local donations program that focuses funds cultural, athletic and other important aspects of the community
  • Active relationship with local First Nations partnering on mill fibre supply
  • Mill scholarship programs for post-graduation students
  • Engaged corporate citizen participating in Chamber of Commerce events
  • Corporate sponsor of McLeod Lake Indian Band Annual General Assembly

 MACKENZIE MILL PROFILE 

In operation since 1972, MacKenzie Pulp Mill is a combined Kraft pulp and energy facility. We are proud of our commitment to environmental responsibility and stewardship. We stand by the integrity of our product and our people.