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Divisions & Committees

Our Technical Divisions target specific segments of our industry. Each Division and its corresponding Technical Committees work to share knowledge and provide solutions for the industry through a variety of products, services, and opportunities including publications, events, and online discussions.

Our members can join any of our Technical Committees. To become a TAPPI member, please join online or contact our Member Connection Center at 1-800-332-8686 (US), 1-800-446-9431 (Canada), or +1-770-446-1400.

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Process and Product Quality
The division is comprised of hundreds of professionals who assess and promote process and product quality through continuous improvement and application of state-of-the-art testing implementation and quality management techniques.
Process Control
The division promotes the advancement of technology and its applications in the fields of process control, electrical engineering and mill-wide information systems within the pulp and paper and allied industries.
Pulp Manufacture
The division consists of professionals who focus on the process of converting cellulosic raw materials into pulp including receiving, storing and processing raw materials as well as the mechanical and chemical purification of the pulp for its end use and the recovery of chemicals and by-products from the processes employed.
Tissue Division
Welcome to our Tissue Division page. The Division consists of hundreds of technical professionals who work in the manufacture and converting of tissue products around the world.
Women in Industry
Welcome to our Women in Industry Division page. The division works to see a competitive, diverse and dynamic industry that offers long-term, fulfilling careers where women and men work synergistically.
Young Professionals
Welcome to our Young Professionals Division page. The division is comprised of graduate students, recent college graduates, and professionals who are beginning their careers in the pulp, paper, packaging, tissue and related forest products industries.
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