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Report - Tullis Russell Paper Mill, Glenrothes - July 2009

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by BenCooper, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. BenCooper

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    Thanks to a tip-off, I headed over to have a look at this early this morning.

    The employee-owned Tullis Russell paper mill in Glenrothes is, perhaps unusually for a Scottish paper mill, doing very well, thank you. In fact it's doing so well that the elderly coal-fired power plant is going to be replaced by a brand-new 45MW combined heat and power biomass power station, as approved-of by Greenpeace. To build this plant, some old parts of the mill are going to be demolished - so this explore is of the non-live parts though they're connected to live parts all over.

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    And finally, what I came to see - the rag boilers:

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