Monthly Archives: April 2011

Burning policy change means no smoking Gunns

Forestry products company Gunns Limited, today announced it would no longer routinely burn its plantation forest floor residue, virtually eliminating Gunns’ contribution to smoke pollution from this forestry practice. MEDIA RELEASE – Burning Policy Change Means No Smoking Gunns – … Continue reading

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Submission to Tasmanian EPA

As a result of Gunns’ commitment to using 100% plantation feedstock for the pulp mill and its commitment to ECF light technology, Gunns has made a submission to the Tasmanian EPA to vary the state licence for the pulp mill. … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor

Published in The Examiner, 8 April 2011 The readers of The Examiner are entitled to some clear and unequivocal facts about the potential impacts of the mill on the marine environment. That is unfortunately not what they are getting much … Continue reading

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Citizens can become monitors

An opinion piece by Gunns’ Managing Director Greg L’Estrange published in The Examiner newspaper on 2 April 2011. On the eve of the release of the Kelty Report, Gunns managing director Greg L’Estrange proposes a citizens forum to monitor the … Continue reading

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