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Nanaimo mill working full-speed to make pulp for medical masks, gowns

We feel a huge responsibility during the COVID-19 crisis, says the mill’s president

CBC NewsAdam van der Zwan

Levi Sampson says while many other B.C. businesses are closing their doors, his staff at a pulp mill in Nanaimo are hard at work to meet the demands for medical supplies. 

Harmac Pacific produces a soft blend of pulp made from cedar, which is then used to make medical masks, gowns, drapes, screens, and other hospital supplies that are much needed during the COVID-19 crisis. 

Sampson says the U.S.…

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Nanaimo mill working full-speed to make pulp for medical masks, gowns

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CBC NewsAdam van der Zwan, Posted: Mar 24, 2020 4:00 AM PT | Last Updated: March 24
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