Small-Town Paper Processing

Dunson, Cheryl
October 1998
World Wastes;Oct98, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p90
Trade Publication
Focuses on the paper processing industry in Bradley County, Tennessee. Keep America Beautiful's paper processing efforts in the county; Paper products processed at Cleveland Recycled Fibers' local plant; Newsprint products from the Bowater Newsprint Calhoun Operation; Employment in the industry.


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