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, GWh  1 169  1 079  1 441  1 113 1 041
Hallsta Paper Mill,
Production, '000 tonnes
         
Printing paper 566 506  498  499 611
Raw materials, ’000 tonnes          
Wood, million m3 solid volume under bark  1.29  1.13  1.10  1.13  1.26
Purchased pulp 6.5  3.0  5.8  2.9 23.8
Water consumption, million m3  11.8  11.2  10.7  10.9 12.5
Chemicals1)  24.9  22.5  21.8  24.6 25.3
Filler, pigment1)  32.7  30.5  37.5  41.8 71.4
Thermal energy, GWh          
Production at mills from recovered
liquors, bark and wood residues
 -  -  -  111 381
Recovered in the TMP process2)  664  620  599  553 545
Fossil fuels 4  -  8 19
Electrical energy, GWh          
Production at mills  -  -  -  1.1 12
Emissions to air, tonnes          
Sulphur dioxide (counted as sulphur, S)  -  -  -  4.4 13
Nitrogen oxides  -  -  -  29 95
Particulates  -  -  -  1 7
Carbon dioxide, ’000 tonnes          
Fossil 0.01  0.01  0.01  1.1 4.3
Biogenic  -  -  -  53 184
Emissions to water, tonnes          
COD (organic matter), ’000 tonnes  3.3  3.8  3.2  3.8 4.2
Suspended solids  214  416  141  226 490
Nitrogen  50  47  37  25 49
Phosphorus  2.5  2.5  2.0  1.9 2.4
By-products, ’000 tonnes          
To energy production, internally/externally  170  117  144  133 223
Utilised or for recovering3) 53 46 44 11 16
Waste, ’000 tonnes          
Hazardous4)  0.17  0.20  0.04  0.02 0.02
Sent to landfill (wet) 0.07  0.06  0.1  0.1 0.2
Energy deliveries          
Thermal energy, GWh5)  11.6  4.2  13  16 13

 

  1. 100 per cent active substance. The quantity of commodities was 45 560 tonnes for chemicals and 46 810 tonnes for filler and pigment.

  2. Thermal energy is produced from the electricity used in the production of thermo-mechanical pulp at Hallsta 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. Oil-containing waste from docking ships is dealt with at port facilities at three Holmen mills. For Hallsta Paper Mill the volume of this waste in 2017 totalled 451 tonnes (not included in the figure).

  5. Thermal energy from the mill to the district heating network of the local community.

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