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Infographic: Paper Towels Are Essential to Limit the Spread of Germs

Paper towels are widely recognized for their role in maintaining cleanliness and hygiene, both inside and outside the home. Do you know the benefits of paper towels? AF&PA recently released this infographic demonstrating best practices for cleaning and hygiene.

Tissue Production Reaches All-Time Highs

AF&PA released a press statement and tissue production data that speaks to record rates the industry saw earlier this year. In March, essential workers at AF&PA member companies manufactured nearly 700,000 tons of tissue, more than any other month since 2007, when AF&PA began…

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from Essity and Georgia-Pacific

This month is Women's History Month, and our industry employs many inspiring women who develop, manufacture, design and market the products we rely on. Women are an invaluable piece of the paper and wood products industry, and we are excited to share with you their stories.

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from Graphic Packaging and Pratt Industries

This month is Women's History Month, and our industry employs many inspiring women who develop, manufacture, design and market the products we rely on. Women are an invaluable piece of the paper and wood products industry, and we are excited to share with you their stories.

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from P&G and Sonoco

This month is Women's History Month, and our industry employs many inspiring women who develop, manufacture, design and market the products we rely on. Women are an invaluable piece of the paper and wood products industry, and we are excited to share with you their stories.

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from Domtar

This month is Women's History Month, and our industry employs many inspiring women who develop, manufacture, design and market the products we rely on. Women are an invaluable piece of the paper and wood products industry, and we are excited to share with you their stories.

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from Domtar

Women hold a wide variety of roles throughout the paper and wood products industry, and they are essential in guiding the manufacture of many of the products that we rely on every day. To continue our celebration of the contributions these women make for the industry, we interviewed notable women…

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from Evergreen Packaging and Seaman Paper

This month is Women's History Month, and our industry employs many inspiring women who develop, manufacture, design and market the products we rely on. Women are an invaluable piece of the paper and wood products industry, and we are excited to share with you their stories. This spotlight will…

Spotlight: Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry from International Paper

This month is Women's History Month, and our industry employs many inspiring women who develop, manufacture, design and market the products we rely on. Women are an invaluable piece of the paper and wood products industry, and we are excited to share with you their stories. This spotlight will…

Tissue Products: More Sustainable than You Think

Many paper products are such an imbedded part of our lives that we often take them for granted. While paper products are inherently sustainable, the reasons why may not be obvious at first glance.

Why Are Paper Cups a Sustainable Choice?

What's obvious is that paper cups are convenient, clean and hygienic. What's less obvious to most of us is that paper cups are made from a renewable resource. 30 paper mills in North America recycle used cups.

The Paradigm Shift in the Cost-Benefit State: Requiring More Good Than Harm

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took an historic step to advance the “cost-benefit state,” the paradigm in which “government regulation is increasingly assessed by asking whether the benefits of regulation justify the costs of regulation.”[1] EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler…