Sulphite pulp, bleached, production weight (tonnes) - for all countries


The series "Sulphite pulp" contains 18,370 data rows in 10 data sets for 167 countries.
Wood pulp, sulphite, except dissolving grades. Wood pulp obtained by mechanically reducing coniferous or non-coniferous wood to small pieces which are subsequently cooked in a pressure vessel in the presence of a bi-sulphite cooking liquor. Bi-sulphites such as ammonium, calcium, magnesium and sodium are commonly used. The class includes bleached pulp.
FAOSTAT
Sulphite pulp, bleached, production weight (tonnes) Wood pulp, sulphite, except dissolving grades. Wood pulp obtained by mechanically reducing coniferous or non-coniferous wood to small pieces which are subsequently cooked in a pressure vessel in the presence of a bi-sulphite cooking liquor. Bi-sulphites such as ammonium, calcium, magnesium and sodium are commonly used. The class includes bleached pulp. /statistic/sulphite%20pulp%2C%20bleached%2C%20production%20weight

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Source: FAOSTAT
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