Definitions

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  • n. Wood that has been mechanically ground for pulp or direct use to produce certain kinds of paper or board; mechanical pulp.

Etymologies

ground (“that has been ground”) +‎ wood (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Domtar climbed 4.01, or 6.4%, to 67.01, after the Montreal-based paper producer said it is exiting the coated groundwood paper business with the closure of a mill in Columbus, Miss.

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  • Mansueto says that research by the Alliance for Environmental Innovation has shown that each ton of recycled fiber that displaces a ton of virgin fiber used in coated groundwood paper (stock used in magazines) reduces total energy consumption by 27 percent, reduces net greenhouse gas emission by 47 percent, reduces wastewater by 33 percent, and reduces solid waste by 54 percent.

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  • A multi-million dollar groundwood mill is nearing completion and a kraft mill is scheduled for early construction.

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  • I'm going to jump right into the groundwood pulp business when the time comes.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • Bat Harker was unobtrusively standing amongst the piled bales of groundwood that stacked the wharf from end to end.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • Harker, are through, Sachigo'll be the biggest proposition in the way of groundwood pulp in the world.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • It's your set purpose to make good in the groundwood industry.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • Its present limit is six thousand tons dry weight groundwood pulp to the week.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • He figured his great mill was to be the nucleus of an all-Canadian and British combination, embracing the entire groundwood industry of this country.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • You've simply got to see the thing that's going to make the whole world's groundwood trade holler before we're through.

    The Man in the Twilight

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