Palm Paper starts a paper separation plant in King’s Lynn


Palm Paper has officially commissioned the building of its new paper separation plant (PSP) and the new combined heat and power (CHP) plant on the occasion of the tenth anniversary from the opening of the King’s Lynn in the United Kingdom.

The selection plant became operational in September 2019. It is designed to process up to 200 thousand tons mixed paper every year. The mixed paper used in the selection plant comes from collections of mixed papers stocked separately and is divided between deinking material and OCC (Old Carrugated Cardboard).