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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Mill will protect environment

Published 8/20/2008 - The Florida Times-Union (Opinion)
Further, we know that Georgia-Pacific remains absolutely committed to meeting clean water standards and protecting the quality of Rice Creek and the St. Johns River. It has invested more than $200 million over the last decade to protect and improve the St. Johns River by improving wastewater quality.

Construction and use of the new discharge pipeline is part of the environmental improvement plan that will enable Georgia-Pacific to meet water quality standards and continue operating in Putnam County.

The paper mill has aggressively addressed nutrient loading at its facility and has already reduced total nitrogen by 54 percent and total phosphorus by 78 percent.

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