Energy use in sulphate (kraft) pulp production Kraft pulping uses significant amounts of heat and electricity. These are typically produced by burning the residues of pulping; black liquor, bark and waste wood. Energy consumption in most modern mills is significantly lower than in older mills mainly because of lower water consumption, increased secondary heat use
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