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EDT to Exhibit at PaperCon 2017

EDT to Exhibit at PaperCon 2017, Minneapolis, Minnesota

EDT will be an exhibiting company at PaperCon 2017, which will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center from April 23-26, 2017. Designed by industry professionals, PaperCon draws CEOs, mill managers, superintendents, scientists, process engineers, and suppliers from over 32 different countries for a comprehensive conference that includes a peer-reviewed technical program, multiple networking opportunities, special events and exhibits. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, PaperCon 2017's theme was "Renew, Rethink, Redefine the Future." EDT will be available to discuss its enzyme-based technologies which center on a variety of value propositions for the processing of recovered wastepaper for the manufacture of tissue and towel. 

Founded in 1994, Enzymatic Deinking Technologies, LLC (EDT) is a pioneer and leader in the development and commercialization of enzyme-based treatments for the pulp and paper industry. EDT's applications span both recovered fiber and virgin pulp processing. In fiber recycling applications, the company works with mills on customized treatments for a variety of value propositions spanning improvements in optical properties, physical properties, and throughput/operations. The company has an increasing focus of work in energy reduction and in helping mills reach their corporate sustainability goals. Each treatment is tailored to a mill's furnish, deink plant system, key operating conditions, as well as the desired goals from the application. EDT works with mills processing virgin pulp in the extractives management of mechanical pulps, fiber modification, and in the bio-bleaching of bleached kraft pulps. 

Based in Norcross, Georgia, USA, EDT has been providing mill-specific enzyme-based solutions to pulp and paper mills throughout the world since the mid-1990s.

Earlier Event: April 10
EDT to Exhibit at Tissue World 2017
Later Event: July 4
EDT to Exhibit at Zellcheming