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Description for 2611: Pulp Mills

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 26: Paper And Allied Products

Industry Group 261: Pulp Mills


2611 Pulp Mills
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pulp from wood or from other materials, such as rags, linters, wastepaper, and straw. Establishments engaged in integrated logging and pulp mill operations are classified according to the primary products shipped. Establishments engaged in integrated operations of producing pulp and manufacturing paper, paperboard, or products thereof are classified in Industry 2621 if primarily shipping paper or paper products; in Industry 2631 if primarily shipping paperboard or paperboard products; and in Industry 2611 if primarily shipping pulp. Establishments primarily engaged in cutting pulpwood are classified in Industry 2411.
  • Deinking of newsprint
  • Fiber pulp: made from wood, rags, wastepaper, linters, straw, and
  • Pulp mills
  • Pulp: soda, sulfate, sulfite, groundwood, rayon, and semichemical
  • Rayon pulp
  • Wood pulp


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