Only about 1 percent of a log ends up as unusable waste at Evergreen Forest Products’ plant at Tamarack. Sawdust that Brandon Firkins sweeps off the mill floor will be used to make paper.
Only about 1 percent of a log ends up as unusable waste at Evergreen Forest Products’ plant at Tamarack. Sawdust that Brandon Firkins sweeps off the mill floor will be used to make paper. cbutler@idahostatesman.com
Only about 1 percent of a log ends up as unusable waste at Evergreen Forest Products’ plant at Tamarack. Sawdust that Brandon Firkins sweeps off the mill floor will be used to make paper. cbutler@idahostatesman.com

Idaho's Evergreen Forest Products exemplifies return of sawmill industry

November 07, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 09, 2013 06:11 PM

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