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The pulp and paper industry transforms wood or recycled fiber into pulp and primary forms of paper. Mostly at the receiving end for its fallout on the environment, the pulp and paper industry is poised for good growth overcoming all obstacles on account of the never ending demand for paper worldwide. Even the swift uptake of electronic devices has not been able to damp its demand.

Emergence of more effective technologies, focusing on sustainable processes to reduce environmental impact, will bode well for the market as well in the foreseeable future. At present, hazardous by-products and guzzling of large amounts of water by the industry is the root cause of discontent among environmentalists and people alike.

Currently North America, Europe, and Australia lead the global pulp and paper industry. Amongst the countries, Russia, Indonesia, and China are frontrunners due to the cheap cost of labor and less strict regulatory procedures.