Camas Paper Mill, Washington

We pride ourselves on making the best products for our customers, and we incorporate Georgia-Pacific’s guiding principles in all that we do, starting with Integrity and Compliance. We’re dedicated to maintaining the mill’s focus on safety by creating a safe workplace.

As a part of greater Camas, including Washougal and East Vancouver, we work hard to be a good steward of our environment and to maintain good relationships with all our neighbors. One way is through our Community Advisory Panel, which provides a forum for the mill and the community to discuss issues of mutual interest in a way that helps to build trust and respect.

The mill is located in downtown Camas, Washington. Camas is situated in the eastern portion of Clark County, approximately 30 miles northeast of Portland, Oregon, along the banks of the Columbia River. The mill site encompasses 660 acres, including Lady Island.

The Camas mill employs more than 400 people. Hourly employees are represented by The Association of Western Pulp & Paper Workers, Local 5.

  • History of the Camas Mill

    The Camas mill began in 1883 as The LaCamas Colony Company under the leadership of Oregon pioneer Henry Pittock.

    Camas Washington History
  • Environmental, Health and Safety Performance

    At Camas, we are committed to managing our operations in a manner that protects the environment and the health and safety of employees, customers, contractors and the community.

    Environmental, Health and Safety Performance
  • Operation

    Operations at Camas include pulping and bleaching processes, paper machines, converting, power and recovery process and wastewater treatment.