This document, created by the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center, serves as an overview of job tasks assigned to pulp and paper operators. What is a pulp and paper operator? As the document explains, a pulp and paper operator "observes, monitors, and supports the process of pulp and paper making. [These individuals] possess the skills for a multi-faceted production environment, such as troubleshooting, cleaning, safety, teamwork, understanding systems, basic computer skills, communication, and quality assurance." Tasks expected of the pulp and paper operator include troubleshooting process failures, loading trucks and rail cars, and cleaning water intake racks.
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