Live stream is available around the clock
It is now possible to follow via web cameras the progress of the preparatory work for the Kemi bioproduct mill project of Metsä Fibre, part of Metsä Group, at the mill site. Three cameras that have already been installed relay live video around the clock. You can find the broadcast at www.metsafibre.com/webcamskemi. The cameras are located in the structures of the current mill, and they capture current central area of the preparatory work for the bioproduct mill.
“We want to provide everyone interested the opportunity to see in real time the ongoing preparatory work and later, the possible construction of the mill,” says Jari-Pekka Johansson, Project Director of the bioproduct mill project.
The cameras provide a view of the earthworks and the demolition of existing buildings carried out as part of the preparatory work. In the plans, the stack of the new mill, which will be the first structure to be completed, will be constructed in the area shown by the cameras. The core of the mill, the recovery boiler, will also be constructed in the visible area. The construction of the mill will start immediately after the investment decision. According to the current estimate, the decision on the EUR 1.5 billion investment in the Kemi bioproduct mill can be made at early 2021 at the earliest.