- Operating as fast as 6,500 feet per minute, the mill's No. 4 Tissue Machine makes paper for bath tissue at speeds over 70 miles per hour.
- One of the by-products of the papermaking process at Palatka is turpentine, collected as a gas during the pulping process and then condensed to liquid form.
- Considering wages and benefits paid to employees, millions of dollars spent on local purchases, local taxes paid, and other support of community activities and organizations, the Palatka mill has a direct and indirect financial impact on the local community (not including pensions paid to retirees) amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
- An efficient water recycler, the mill has decreased its water usage to produce a ton of paper by 25% during the past four years.
- Effluent from the mill receives a high level of treatment, first in a 360-foot-diameter primary clarifier and then during a 40-day journey through a 1,000-acre biological treatment pond system that comprises the mill's secondary treatment process.
- The mill generates most of its own power – about 60 megawatts. Approximately 75 percent of the fuel used is made up of spent chemicals from the pulping process and tree bark.
- Georgia-Pacific is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This means that it is company policy to treat all employees and applicants equally, with no discrimination because of a person's race, color, religion, national origin, sex or age. This policy also applies to qualified handicapped persons. This policy applies to recruiting, hiring, job assignments, promotions, transfers, training and educational programs, benefits, discipline, overtime, layoffs and recalls, pay and other forms of compensation, and all other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.