The use of wood to make pulp for paper began with the development of mechanical pulping in Germany by F.G. Keller in the 1840s and by the Canadian inventor Charles Fenerty in Nova Scotia. All kinds of paper are made out of 100% wood, this includes newspapers, magazines and toilet paper. To produce 1 ton of paper, it takes about 12 to 24 trees depending on the process. Now, the world’s paper consumption reached 450,000,000 tons a year. TGP developed superior innovative green technology that transforms palm oil harvests into high quality paper pulp and fiber. Thailand is a major producer of palm tree oil in the world which is why TGP manufactures paper pulp and fibre in the Rayong factory right here in Thailand.
The process used by TGP is of the utmost advanced technology, which converts green garbage into high quality paper pulp and fibre. The technology uses the harvest leftovers of palm oil tree fields in the production process.