Welcome to TAPPI’s eLibrary

TAPPI’s members only eLibrary has over 25,000 documents from 1990 to the present.  These resources cover every area of your job, your mill, and your industry. The TAPPI eLibrary is a powerful resource for keeping up with industry developments, researching solutions to problems and challenges, learning about leading edge technologies and business strategies—in short, this is your portal to the information you need to do your job better, and it’s all free to TAPPI members. Here are just some of the features:

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Click here and enter a search term for a particular topic or product.

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Use the dropdown filters to narrow your results by content type (book, webinar, etc.), topic, or industry.

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For document delivery on items printed prior to 1990 please send your request to [email protected]; or call TAPPI’s Member Connection Center from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (EST) at 1.800.332.8686 (US), 1.800.446.9431 (Canada), or +1.770.446.1400 (Worldwide).

Members: Please log in to the TAPPI Website to take advantage of the TAPPI e-Library.  Use the search bar on any page to search by keyword, title, author, events or industry segment.  Select the elibrary documents that you are interested in downloading and they will be placed in the shopping cart at no charge.  Please note that the search engine will also offer TAPPI PRESS products that are available for sale as part of your search. 

Non-Members:  Join TAPPI now to get immediate access to the information you need, plus a host of other benefits. With free, unlimited access to e-Library documents, TAPPI membership pays for itself with just a few downloads! Membership also guarantees discounts on TAPPI PRESS items, reduced fees for events hosted by TAPPI and selected sister associations, and unparalleled networking access to your peers and industry experts through committees, Local Sections, Special Interest Groups.

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Webinars
How to Deal with Misleading Environmental Claims Related to Print and Paper
Presenter: Phil is President and COO of Two Sides U.S., a non-profit that that promotes the responsible use of print and paper, as well as the unique sustainability features of print and paper.
Webinars
Paper Quality Measurement – Past, Present and Future
Awarded 2015 Best Paper at PaperCon by TAPPI’s Process Control Division Presenter: Åke Hellström, Retired Principal Engineer, ABB Inc.
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Nanotechnology in Fibrous Materials: 101
This presentation will provide an overview of the field and discuss new applications that have evolved in connection with developing nonwoven fibrous materials, performance clothing and protective textiles. The environment and health impacts of nanotechnology and science will also be examined.
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Introduction to Emulsion Polymers
This webinar is presented by Ioan Marcu, Lubrizol and brought to you by the NET Division
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Boost Mill Wide Productivity with a Common Language Approach
This webinar is about how pulp and paper mills need to evolve from their current "craft" based to a "data" based operation. This data based operation will lead to view the overall mill process as a unified system.
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Biocides in White Water Systems Maximizing System Performance While Minimizing Costs
Chris Baron earned his bachelor’s degree in 1988 from the University of Illinois-Urbana, where his thesis project involved the exploration of organic synthesis strategies for chiral stationary phases in high-performance liquid chromatography.
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Binders - Latex Butadiene-Based Latex Binders
This Webinar was hosted by the TAPPI Nonwovens Engineers & Technologists Division and Binders & Additives Community on July 26, 2012.
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BEAM-- A Model to Assess Biomass Energy Availability Transport Options and Delivery Costs
The Energy Information Administration projects that biomass usage in the power sector alone will increase by a factor of five over the next 25 years.