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Articles from Solutions - for People, Processes and Paper (April 1, 2002)

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2002 TAPPI fellows named. 1467
7 new rules for today's manager: wondering where to turn for answers in this turbulent market? Start by learning the "7 new rules" for today's industry. Rooks, Alan 1077
Andritz receives new contracts. 104
Anita Doepke. 495
Are your mill's thermowells safe? Yee, Richard 189
Bio-Reaction[TM] wins Environmental Business Journal award. 131
Building a better wet end: to improve wet end chemistry, consider some new concepts. King, C.A. 1130
Calendar of events. 552
Catalysis and activation of oxygen and peroxide delignification of chemical pulps: a review. Argyropoulos, Dimitris S. 262
Deaths. 162
Getting value from IT investments: to get a solid ROI from IT, define your company's strategic business objectives and processes, then focus on connectivity to critical customers and suppliers. McDermott, Ted 1262
Goulds Pumps and GL&V in marketing agreement. 80
H. S. (Doug) Dugal, retired as chief executive officer of Integrated Paper Services, Inc. effective February 1, 2002. 85
Healthy GDP keeps investment flowing to China: new government policies and burgeoning demand are creating a good investment climate in China. Oinonen, Hannu 2873
How to write readable reports and winning proposals: Part 3: save readers--and yourself--precious time: cutting information of no value to readers is smart; never writing it down in the first place is smarter. Reimold, Peter 717
How wide is the technology gap? Curbing capital expenditure can be good for short-term profitability, but there is a price to pay for under-investment. Kenny, Jim 3023
If climate change is the problem, we are part of the solution! Lucier, Alan 694
Improving capital productivity: the pulp and paper industry must rethink some of its capital expenditure strategies to create more value. Life cycle analysis is a good place to start. Null, David 919
Increasing digester yield: your mill can save millions. 148
Johnson: Supervisory Dryer Control System. 92
Maintenance: can your mill produce the right results? Mill maintenance faces new challenges, but many "fundamentals" remain the same. Idhammar, Christer 589
Managing technology during a downturn: time to take stock: an organization that doesn't plan for future scenarios risks falling victim to the deleterious effects of short-term thinking. Procter, Alan R. 1155
Metso Paper delivers technology. 303
New forest-based materials can lead to more products, better returns: new technology can add new value to currently low value components in wood processing. The industry must bridge three gap areas to reap these rewards. Amidon, Thomas E. 1795
New names for Kadant companies. 88
New or revised technical information papers (TIPs) and test methods. 476
POD market continues to grow: with mounting pressure from digital printers and their clients, paper companies are adapting to the needs of the growing print on demand market. Bottiglieri, Janice 582
Robert J. Millikan, vice president, engineering and technology, pulp and paper at Georgia-Pacific, is retiring this month alter almost 40 years of service. 95
Single nip shoe pressing ready to change fine papers machines? Atkins, Jim 227
Sobered up? Rooks, Alan 646
Stora Enso responds to changes in postcard market. 157
TAPPI local section news Pacific Section winter meeting. 161
The good news is ... Meadows, Donald G. 538
The R&D debate. Thompson, James R. 766
Treatment efficiency of eucalypt kraft pulp bleaching effluents: influence of dissolved organic matter. Silva, Daison O. 321
TRS inventories and air dispersion modeling for odor reduction at a kraft mill with an activated sludge treatment plant. Ledoux, Christian 274
U.S. food and container demand increases. 132
Unwise: sacrificing process engineering for Wall Street. Hart, Peter W. 218
Value of emissions credits under NOx program doubles EPA expectations. 224
Voith Paper outlines major projects. 262

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