TOKYO -- Oji Holdings within the year will begin full-scale operations at an integrated pulp and paper plant in China's Jiangsu Province that had been delayed by opposition from local residents.
The plant in the city of Nantong has production facilities for both paper and pulp. It was slated to discharge wastewater into the Yellow Sea via a 100km pipeline, but several thousand local residents demonstrated against construction of the pipeline. Providing for wastewater treatment took time and delayed operation of the site's pulp production facilities.
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