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Showing 6 articles from November 22, 2016.

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Wisconsin man pleads no contest to hitting workers outside Georgia-Pacific facility
Wisconsin man pleads no contest to hitting workers outside Georgia-Pacific facility

Prosecutors say in July 2015, John Convery lost control of his truck and hit two contractors working for Georgia-Pacific who were outside on a break.

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USG Corporation Named Top Workplace by Detroit Free Press and Chicago Tribune
USG Corporation Named Top Workplace by Detroit Free Press and Chicago Tribune

These publications recognized USG Corporation as one of the top midsize companies to work for in both the Michigan and Chicagoland areas.

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Weyerhaeuser relocating regional office to Ruston, La.
Weyerhaeuser relocating regional office to Ruston, La.

The City of Ruston and regional partner North Louisiana Economic Partnership are excited to announce that Weyerhaeuser intends to relocate a regional office to Ruston, LA. With this relocation, Weyerhaeuser will bring approximately 20 jobs to the Ruston market.

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Sun Paper Permit Application Progressing
Sun Paper Permit Application Progressing

Becky Keogh, director of the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, said she and her staff had recent meetings with officials at Sun Paper Industry of China on pre-engineering and environmental permitting for the $1.3 billion mega-project in Clark County.

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Kruger substantially reduces particulate matter emissions at its Wayagamack Mill
Kruger substantially reduces particulate matter emissions at its Wayagamack Mill

The company invested $4.5 M in 2016 to install a second electrostatic precipitator...

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Judge finds KapStone legally fired Longview, Wash. strikers
Judge finds KapStone legally fired Longview, Wash. strikers

In a key victory for KapStone, a federal judge found the company acted legally when it fired union pickets in last year's strike.

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