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


Production and environment    2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Internal supply of raw materials  (Holmen)          
Harvesting in own forests,
’000 m3 solid volume under bark
2 904  2 986  3 213  3 297 3 465
Electricity production,
hydro power/wind power, GWh
 1 169  1 079  1 441  1 113 1 041
Braviken Paper Mill,
Production, '000 tonnes
         
Printing paper  521  520  486  530  621
Raw materials, ’000 tonnes          
Wood, million m3  solid volume under bark 1.17  1.16  1.07  1.11  1.16
Purchased pulp  -  8.8  2.0  1.3 1.6
Water consumption, million m3  14.5  13.9  15.3  15.9 18.2
Chemicals1)  17.2  13.9  13.6  15.7 15.9
Filler, pigment1)  42.4  41.9  49.5  31.4 33.7
Thermal energy, GWh          
Production at mills from recovered
liquors, bark and wood residues
281  223 261  263 263
Recovered in the TMP process2) 468  551 484  515 572
Fossil fuels 47  42 30  30 56
Electrical energy, GWh          
Production at mills  4  3 5  10 9
Emissions to air, tonnes          
Sulphur dioxide (counted as sulphur, S)  5.3 0.7  1.8  1.4 1.1
Nitrogen oxides  74 65  82  86 83
Particulates  0.5 0.5  0.4  0.4 0.8
Carbon dioxide, ’000 tonnes          
    Fossil 11 10  6.6  6.1 14.0
    Biogenic 84 77  78  106 107
Emissions to water, tonnes          
COD (organic matter), ’000 tonnes  2.3 2.0  1.3  1.2 1.7
Suspended solids 424 176  136  137 209
Nitrogen  49 38  38  39 51
Phosphorus  3.1 2.9  2.5  2.0 2.8
By products, ’000 tonnes          
To energy production, internally/externally 139 135  103  101 135
Utilised or for recovering3) 53 48 58 68 94
Waste, ’000 tonnes          
Hazardous4)  0.1  0.08  0.13  0.22 0.21
Sent to landfill (wet)  0.2 0.2  0.3  4.5 5.2
 Energy deliveries, GWh          
 Thermal energy, GWh5)  91 104 104 79 73

 

  1. 100 per cent active substance. The quantity of commodities was 22 800 tonnes for chemicals and 66 630 tonnes for filler and pigment.
  2. Thermal energy is produced from the electricity used in the production of thermo-mechanical pulp at Braviken Paper Mill this is recovered and used in production.
  3. By-products used, for example, as filling material, construction material or for the production of soil products.
  4. Hazardous waste is dealt with by an authorised collection and recovery contractor.
  5. Thermal energy from the mill to Braviken Sawmill.

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