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Youth Entrepreneurs Georgia Grows “Go-Getters”

7/23/2014: YEGeorgia is more than just a high school class, it’s an opportunity of a lifetime. The program helps budding entrepreneurs develop self-confidence and critical thinking skills.



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Helping Families Realize Homeownership Through Atlanta Habitat For Humanity

7/23/2014: This year marks a great milestone for us at Georgia-Pacific – we’re proud to say we recently completed building the 25th home we’ve sponsored through...

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Iconic Civil Rights Museum Renovated for All to Remember

7/23/2014: A critical aspect of education is the preservation and understanding of history. Georgia-Pacific is proud to have supported the National Civil Rights Museum's efforts...

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4th Graders Learn the Wonders of Water and More at the 6th Annual Water Ways Festival

7/23/2014: We created the Georgia-Pacific Water Ways Festival to give students a fun, outdoor classroom experience where they...

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    GP partnered with Ga. EPD and U.S. EPA to upgrade 706 buses in 11 Georgia public school systems.

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    GP has more than 70 sites under OSHA’s voluntary protection program (VPP).

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    In 1973, a toilet paper shortage occurred when a talk show host's joke caused viewers to buy up all the TP they could find.

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    Each year, GP uses approximately 3.4 million tons of recovered paper to make products worldwide.

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    In 1986, GP entered the premium bath tissue market with the introduction of Angel Soft®.

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    GP is responsible for more than 12% of electricity generated from renewable woody biomass in the U.S.

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    GP operated the nation's first Southern pine plywood plant in Fordyce, Ark.

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