Smith was heavily involved in the facility’s safety and environmental programs including the wastewater treament program. He was recently certified to perform internal audits for ISO 14001 environmental certification at the facility.
The tree planting ceremony was attended by about a dozen SCA employees and representatives from Girl Scout troop 123.
SCA Tissue North America is one of the top three manufacturers of Away From Home tissue products in the United States with its global Tork brand, and makes nearly half of the napkins used in the U.S. foodservice industry. SCA Tissue North America is the largest division within SCA North America and has some 2,000 employees in five states. In addition to corporate headquarters in Philadelphia, there are mills and converting operations located in: Flagstaff and Bellemont, Arizona; Neenah/Menasha, Wisconsin; South Glens Falls and Greenwich, New York; and Barton, Alabama.
SCA annually turns more than 750,000 tons of recycled paper into 100 percent recycled tissues, towels and napkins.
Photographed: John Girvin, Christine Ulibarri, Don Jordan. Photographer, Kim Dalton