Monthly Archives: July 2011
Gunns Limited said today’s acceptance by EPA Tasmania of its application to vary its state environmental permit was a further welcome step in the Bell Bay pulp mill project’s stringent environmental permitting process. Full media release.
The following opionion piece by Greg L’Estrange ran in The Mercury on Saturday 16 July. There’s little point the Tasmanian native forest industry crying that the sky will fall in because of Gunns’ decision to sell the Triabunna saw mill … Continue reading
Gunns Limited confirms it has entered into an agreement for the sale of the Triabunna woodchip facility to Triabunna Investments Pty Ltd, with the transaction to complete on 15 July 2011. The terms of the sale agreement provide for the … Continue reading
Gunns Limited today spelt out its local procurement policy and expectations for sourcing local suppliers to help build its $2.3 billion pulp mill at the Bell Bay site. Around 200 local and regional goods and service suppliers attended an open … Continue reading