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Recipes for new fuels reviving Maine's mills

Vast forests again pose rich resource

Pellets compressed from sawdust are sent by conveyor to a cooling processor in Corinth, Maine. Pellets compressed from sawdust are sent by conveyor to a cooling processor in Corinth, Maine. (Michael York for the Boston Globe)
By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / August 18, 2008

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CORINTH, Maine - Over a lifetime working in the forest products industry, Randy Irish watched mills fail and friends lose jobs. It finally happened to him, after 32 years, when Georgia Pacific shut its paper mill near this northern Maine town. (Full article: 1228 words)

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