Georgia-Pacific is one of the world's leading manufacturers and marketers of tissue, packaging, paper, pulp, building products and related chemicals with nearly 35,000 employees worldwide. Georgia-Pacific is an independently managed and operated company of Koch Industries, Inc., a private company headquartered in Wichita, Kan.
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Bleached paperboard, used in food service items; and kraft paper, used to make grocery bags, yard bags, shopping bags, pet food bags and brown wrapping paper.
Plywood, oriented strand board and other wood panels, engineered board products, lumber and other related products.
Georgia-Pacific Cellulose, LLC, produces a variety of pulps which are used to manufacture wide-ranging products, including fine writing, printing and computer paper, diapers and feminine hygiene products, baby wipes and other disposable wipes, coffee filters and tea bags.
Our chemical products address customer needs in building products, paper, plant nutrition, mining, oilfield, industrial and specialty applications.
Dispensing systems and hygienic products such as paper towels, napkins and liquid soap, used in commercial settings like restaurants, schools and hospitals; absorbent "nonwovens" used in specialty products.
Tabletop food service products including cups, plates and bowls, cutlery, food wraps, cartons and trays, and more - for use at home, as well as in restaurants and other away-from-home settings.
Wallboard and other gypsum-based products like fire door components, plaster, sheathing, tile backer, roof board and joint systems; used in construction, repair and remodeling.
Containerboard, a corrugated or solid cardboard, used to make corrugated boxes, bulk bins, water-resistant packaging, reusable shipping pallets, and high-finish and preprinted packaging for point-of-sale displays.
Papers for personal, home and business use, in copy and fax machines as well as ink jet and laser printers; also a wide variety of printing and imaging papers for commercial uses, including high-speed copying and offset or digital printing.
Each year, GP uses approximately 3.4 million tons of recovered paper to make products worldwide.
GP’s enMotion® paper towel dispenser reduces paper usage by 20%.
GP has more than 70 sites under OSHA’s voluntary protection program (VPP).
GP is responsible for more than 12% of electricity generated from renewable woody biomass in the U.S.
GP operated the nation's first Southern pine plywood plant in Fordyce, Ark.
GP partnered with Ga. EPD and U.S. EPA to upgrade 706 buses in 11 Georgia public school systems.
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