Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Mill is located in beautiful Saskatchewan. We produce bleached chemi thermal mechanical pulp, which is used to make high quality printing and writing papers, tissue and towel, paperboard and specialty papers.
Meadow Lake is an important part of the local community. We are a socially engaged member of the local economy and strive to support the advancement of marginalized communities throughout Saskatchewan.
At Meadow Lake, the ultimate goal is to enhance our position as an internationally competitive and sustainable business while minimizing environmental impact. We are proud of the steps we’ve taken to preserve the environment and take great care in the quality assurance of our product.
At Meadow Lake, we believe that it is our duty to protect and sustain our forests for future generations to enjoy, and it is a responsibility we take very seriously.
Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Inc. (MLMP) is one of ten pulp mills owned by Paper Excellence Canada (PEC). The mill is located in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan and has capacity to produce 400,000 tonnes of Bleached Chemi Thermal Mechanical Pulp (BCTMP) annually. BCTMP is used in the production of printing and writing papers, tissue and toweling, paperboard and specialty papers. The mill serves primarily Asian export markets.
The mill’s history commenced in 1989 when the Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan and Millar Western Industries of Edmonton formed a partnership to build a mill in Meadow Lake. MLMP commenced operations in 1992. The two-line, totally chlorine-free mill was the first in the world not to discharge any effluent or waste water into any nearby creek, river, stream or lake. Mills of this nature are termed zero-effluent mills. In 2006 the mill entered into bankruptcy protection. The mill was subsequently sold and operation under the present ownership commenced in 2007.
Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Inc.
Meadow Lake, SK, S9X 1V7
Junction of Highway 55 and 903
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