Advancing a Sustainable Future
Better Practices, Better Planet 2030 builds on our success and continues our commitment to manufacture sustainable products for a sustainable future.
Paper RecyclingDive into our recycling success story
Paper is one of the most widely recycled materials in the U.S. We are committed to investing in recycling infrastructure and educating about recycling best practices.
The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) President and CEO Heidi Brock released the following statement on the U.S. paper and wood products industry and paper recycling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
9:10 AM · Oct 22, 2021
4:10 PM · Oct 21, 2021
DYK that paper towels start out as wood? The wood gets chipped, screened, soaked, and cooked to produce pulp that is squeezed, rolled and dried into raw paper called parent rolls. Watch the whole process: https://t.co/F64IT7XJtV #ForestProductsWeek @GeorgiaPacific
12:10 PM · Oct 21, 2021
Forest products are rooted in sustainability. Using a renewable and recyclable resource manufacturers responsibly make products we all use and rely on. #ForestProductsWeek https://t.co/vylCVES8bE
Our members have embraced and surpassed goals in three essential
pillars of sustainability - economic, environmental and social.
Devin Hurcombe, from Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, a power engineer at Resolute’s Thunder Bay pulp and paper mill was featured in a guide highlighting Indigenous leaders who work in the forest, conservation and parks sectors.
Rand Whitney is focused on continuous growth and improvement at their mills. Over the past decade, they have remained committed to adding new facilities and upgrading machinery to better serve our customer base.
The GBP recycled mill in Green Bay, WI was awarded the “Wisconsin Recycling Excellence Award for Innovation” for continuing efforts to reduce overall water use in the paper manufacturing process.