The Bell Bay Pulp Mill, also known as the Tamar Valley Pulp Mill or Gunns Pulp Mill, is a proposed $2.3 billion pulp mill which Gunns Limited is planning to build in the Tamar Valley, near Launceston, Tasmania.
... Opponents of the mill include a number of environmental, social activist and political groups including The Wilderness Society, and TAP into a better Tasmania (formerly ... around the entire state and especially in the north since the pulp mill was proposed ... In September 2006, a protest rally against the proposed pulp mill was held in Launceston with speakers, included Greens politician Christine Milne and TV gardener Peter Cundall ...
... Gunns Limited have recently proposed a pulp mill to be built in the George Town area, the largest industrial complex of its kind in Australia ... The mill is expected to create 280 permanent jobs, and 1,000 during the construction phase, boosting the population of the George Town area ...
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... was planning to build a $2 billion pulp mill in the Tamar Valley, near Launceston ... The proposed mill would have used the Kraft process, Elemental Chlorine Free (ECF) bleaching, and been fed with plantation eucalypt forest timber ...
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