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From the Forest Through the Product Lifecycle

From the Forest Through the Product Lifecycle

By using available resources wisely and minimizing environmental impact, Georgia-Pacific works hard to meet the current needs of society without jeopardizing future supply.

We make things that make the world better.

We make things that make the world better.

We are more than 60,000 hardworking Americans. We are men and women spread across 12 diverse industries and throughout the country. Yet we are bound together by principles that matter.

The Green Hand™ Project

The Green Hand™ Project

GP Cellulose is partnering with UNICEF to provide safe and healthy schools to 15,000 students across China through The Green Hand™ Project.

Wild Side

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Wild Side

Joe Allaben gives careful attention to help refineries run reliably, but his passion for the great outdoors is always at work.

Force of Nature

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Force of Nature

Growing up on a river taught her to respect the connections between people, natural resources and the environment. Now she inspires all of Koch to do the same.

Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect

Manny Singh experienced the global water crisis firsthand when he was child. Today at Koch, he’s helping solve it — one city at a time.

Their Home on the Range

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Their Home on the Range

Keeping the Cattle Business a Family Affair

Man with a Plan

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Man with a Plan

When Brian Kaiser responded to a “help wanted” ad in the local newspaper 25 years ago, he didn’t realize that he would eventually help save 40 million gallons of water per year.

Growing a Stronger Planet

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Growing a Stronger Planet

As humans, our population is rapidly expanding. Our planet, however, is not. In a world where many already go hungry, we all have a very clear, very daunting challenge on our hands. Fortunately, we also have John Kruse.

Mighty Oakes

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Mighty Oakes

Flint Hills Resources’ new biodiesel plant is a joint venture with Benefuel designed to turn low-value materials into high-performance products. It’s a task that project engineer Dillon Oakes has unknowingly prepared for since he was a toddler.

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