Report on Paper

December 1970
Time;12/28/1970, Vol. 96 Issue 26, p45
The article focuses on the survey report titled "Paper Profits," by the nonprofit organization Council on Economic Priorities (CEP) on the response of U.S. paper and pulp industry to the demand for cleaner environment. The report reveals that the paper industry has been slow in installing anti-pollution processes and devices and mentions that less than half of the mills surveyed had adopted satisfactory pollution control measures. It shows that most of the companies dump wastes into rivers.


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