Norske Skog earns first batch of Australian carbon credits

Published 10:23 on July 13, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:47 on July 13, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Norske Skog’s Boyer paper mill in Australia has earned its first batch of carbon credits, four years after registering a heat recovery project with the Clean Energy Regulator and signing a contract to sell quarter of a million offsets to the government.

Norske Skog’s Boyer paper mill in Australia has earned its first batch of carbon credits, four years after registering a heat recovery project with the Clean Energy Regulator and signing a contract to sell quarter of a million offsets to the government.

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