Key figures are presented for production and environment the last five years.


Production and environment 2016  2015  2014 2013   2012
Internal supply of raw materials          
Harvesting in own forests,
’000 m3 solid volume under bark
 2 986  3 213  3 297 3 465 3 211
Electricity production,
hydro power/wind power, GWh
 1 079  1 441 1 113 1 041 1 353
Production, '000 tonnes          
Paperboard  503  502  500 478 492
Printing paper  1 176  1 287 1 325 1 545 1 658
Market pulp  70  56  67 50  35
Sawn timber, ’000 m3  776  734  742 710 651
Raw materials, ’000 tonnes          
Wood, million m3 solid volume under bark1)  5.36  5.10  5.16 5.25 5.19
Recycled fibre  200  394  439 543  630
Purchased pulp  70  79  75 99  108
Thermal energy, GWh  6 375  6 288  6 2302) 6 451 5 833
Electrical energy, GWh  3 949  3 994  4 067 4 420 4 603
Water consumption, million m3  70  69  74 77 77
Plastic granules/foiling materia  2.6  2.5  2.1 2.6  2.3
Chemicals3)  151  138  146 146  145
Filler, pigment3)  148  146  147 178 175
Thermal energy, GWh          
Production at mills from recovered
liquors, bark and wood residues
 4 605  4 289  4 532 4 165  2 880
Recovered in the TMP process4)  1 171  1 083 1 068 1 117  1 171
Natural gas, oil and purchased5)  599 916  6302) 1 178  1 783
Electrical energy, GWh          
Company hydro power  958  1 301  1 048 1 008  1 343
Company wind power 121  138  65 33  10
Production at mills 784  781  740 769  563
Purchased, net6)  2 086  1 773  2 214 2 610  2 687
Emissions to air7), tonnes          
Sulphur dioxide (counted as sulphur, S)  41  52  57 91  116
Nitrogen oxides  960  891  1 181 1 557 1 664
Particulates  39  48  29 52  84
Carbon dioxide, ’000 tonnes          
    Fossil8)  124  180  126 254  330
    Biogenic  1 539  1 441  1 551 1 449 1 064
Emissions to water, tonnes          
COD (organic matter), ’000 tonnes  20.4  21.0  20.4 20.4  18.9
Suspended solids, '000 tonnes  3.2  3.3  3.6 4.3 3.2 
AOX (chlorinated organic matter)  51.9  56.7  54.3 46.5 47.7 
Nitrogen  208  226  203 215 242 
Phosphorus  14.0  19.0  19.0 15.0  15.7
By products, ’000 tonnes          
Energy production, internally/externally  872  823  8242) 885  865
Tall oil, ’000 tonnes9)  12.9 11.9 13.2 13.0 12.3
Waste, ’000 tonnes          
Utilised or recycled10)  270  303  296 367 380
Hazardous11)  2.2  1.8  1.6 2.4  2.4
Sent to landfill (wet)  16  13  5.6 12  16
Energy deliveries          
Branches, treetops and peat, GWh12)  155  230 275 294 297
Thermal energy, GWh13)  380  348 315 199  202

 

Holmen Paper Madrid was divested on the 1st of July 2016. In the table above Holmen Paper Madrid is included.

  1. At Group level, wood consumption is computed net, taking into account internal deliveries of chips from the sawmills to the nearby mills.

  2. Figure adjusted.

  3. 100 per cent active substance. Total quantity of commodities was 229 000 tonnes for chemicals and 207 000 tonnes for filler and pigment.

  4. Thermal energy is produced from the electricity used in the production of thermo-mechanical pulp at Braviken Paper Mill and Hallsta Paper Mill; this is recovered and used in production.

  5. The reporting includes data for gas consumption and associated emissions linked to Holmen's share (approximately 240 GWh) of electricity production at the, until mid-2016, half-owned cogeneration (COGEN) plant at the mill in Madrid. The data also includes natural gas and oil used at the mills.

  6. The energy purchased is fossil-free.

  7. Emissions of NMVOC (non-methane volatile organic compounds), CH4 and N2O were measured/estimated to be 2 250 (2 150) tonnes, 26 (26) tonnes and 33 (50) tonnes respectively in 2016.

  8. Emissions in 2016 from the mill in Madrid that was sold mid-year were approximately 47 000 tonnes.

  9. For delivery to the chemical industry.

  10. By-products used, for example, as filling material, construction material or for the production of soil products.

  11. Hazardous waste is dealt with by an authorised collection and recovery contractor. Certain fractions of the waste are recovered. Oil-containing waste from docking ships is dealt with at port facilities at three Holmen mills. Such waste is included in the figures for hazardous waste. The volume of this waste in 2016 totalled 591 tonnes.

  12. Branches, treetops and peat delivered from Holmen’s land to external energy producers.

  13. For 2016: 155 GWh of electrical energy supplied from the mill at Workington to the local community. 217 GWh of thermal energy from Iggesund Mill and Braviken Paper Mill to Iggesund Sawmill and Braviken Sawmill, 8 GWh thermal energy from Hallsta Paper Mill and Iggesund Mill to the district heating network of the local communities.

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