The BLRBAC is a “Trade Association” that exists for the purpose of generating safety procedures and guidelines that govern the operation of Black Liquor Recovery Boilers.

This organization was formed late in 1961 by several groups of concerned professionals that had become alarmed by the number of Black Liquor Recovery Boiler explosions that had resulted in many injuries and death to personnel operating these boilers. These groups consisted of Insurance Companies, Boiler Manufactures, and Paper Company professionals that where involved in operating, insuring, or manufacturing Black Liquor Recovery Boilers.

BLRBAC has a number of active sub-committees that are constantly reviewing and updating our safety guidelines to reflect current technology and knowledge.

We meet twice a year in Atlanta GA, usually the first week in April and October.