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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Windmills Power Mohawk Paper Mills

Windmills Power Mohawk Paper Mills

This news article from the web site discusses the decision by Mohawk Paper to use 5 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of pollution-free wind power annually to run its two mills in New York, as well as a facility in Ohio. At the time of release of this article, Mohawk Paper Mills were the only paper mills in the U.S. to use wind energy to manufacture paper.



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June 3, 2005

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