Leading Public Interest Organizations Tour Madison Paper Mill
Press release from the issuing company
ALSIP, IL – Directors and officers of leading American public interest organizations committed to environmental issues, recently toured Madison Paper Company's Alsip, Illinois mill, a facility dedicated entirely to the production of Connection Gloss , a quality lightweight coated paper manufactured with recycled fiber. Standing next to a mountain of high-quality, recyclable paper material collected from the "urban forest" in nearby Chicago, Madison Paper Company executives explained the mill's operations to tour members. The group saw first-hand the facility's state-of-the-art de-inking, pulp processing and manufacturing technology capable of producing 120,000 tons of per year of the high-recycled-content quality lightweight coated paper used by catalogers, retailers, publishers and commercial printing end-users.
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