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Kimberly-Clark to Invest $150 Million in Chester, PA, Tissue Mill

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Kimberly Clark plans to invest $150 million in its Chester site in transforming its co-generation power plant from a coal-fired one into one fueled by natural gas.

The Chester mill employs more than 800 people in a 1.8-million-square-foot facility on the 61.5-acre campus. There, they primarily manufacture the Scott 1000 toilet paper for North America.

Seven years ago, the company was restructuring other pulp manufacturing facilities and Chester was not included in those plans. Now, company officials have included Chester among those to undergo capital investments, including the three-year project of replacing the co-generation power plant.


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