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You strive to live life to its fullest. Our products are here to help. From the walls of your home to the napkins on your table, the boxes at your local grocery store and restroom dispensers when you travel, chances are you benefit from our products throughout your day.
Why we’re committed to conservation.
Explore a few of the remarkable brands that folks use every day.
The strength to take on tough messes.
From cups to plates and bowls, Dixie ® is the perfect solution to help you focus on what matters most -- not the dishes.
From plywood and wallboard to lumber and chemicals, our products help you build with confidence.
For hygienic, touch-free, one-at-a-time towel dispensing, wave hello to enMotion®.
Designed with the perfect softness and lasting strength you need, at a price that won't break the bank.
Stephanie Petrina Boyce is a research scientist at the Innovation Institute® for Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products in Neenah, Wisconsin. Equipped with a Ph.D. in material science and engineering, she’s part of a team that’s tasked with innovating and improving the quality and environmental footprint of everyday paper products such as bath tissue.
At Georgia-Pacific’s wood products plant in Corrigan, Texas, we’ve harnessed new technology to meet the future demands of consumers in the marketplace. The integration of robotics is giving our employees the tools and opportunities to do what they do best, even better.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia-Pacific’s 35,000 employees in nearly 200 locations are always looking for better ways to create things that benefit individuals and society in environmentally responsible ways. Here are recent Koch and GP headlines.
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The boiler at the heart of Georgia-Pacific’s Broadway mill in Green Bay, Wisconsin, arrived by barge on the ban...
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