The first president of the Republic of Estonia inaugurates Kehra Mills, a corporation established with 100% state ownership.
Tolaram Group of Singapore acquires the mill and names it Horizon Pulp & Paper Ltd., giving it a new life.
The second president of the Republic of Estonia visits Horizon.
Horizon improves air quality through investment in a recovery boiler, black liquor concentrator and electrostatic precipitator.
The Lime Kiln recycles over 90% of the lime consumed during production and decreases the use of natural resource lime. Part of the total investment for the project was awarded by the Environmental Investments Centre of Estonia as part of the European Cohesion Fund.
President visits Horizon as part of her tour of Harju county.
With a state-of the art combined heat & power (CHP) plant, 80% of the energy used in production by Horizon was produced by renewable sources. Along with other investments, the plant reduced the mill’s carbon footprint by 70% from the level in 2010.
Horizon is awarded AAA credit rating for the first of several times by international credit information company CreditInfo Eesti AS. The award is in recognition of contribution towards development of Estonian economy and honest business culture in Estonia.
In recognition of companies which boost Estonia’s exports of Estonian brand products.
Horizon reduces emissions by 82%, increases renewable energy share of total energy consumed to 80% and improves energy efficiency by 21% compared to 2010 levels, thus outperforming the EU 2020 Climate & Energy Targets. Horizon is also well on its way to outperform EU 2030 targets.
Awarded by Harju county Entrepreneurship and Development Center in Estonia for Horizon’s contributions to economic and social development in the Harjumaa community through its inspiring activities.
Photo credit: Erik Riikoja