Northwest Pulp & Paper Association Presents 2016 Environmental Excellence Award to Port Townsend Paper
July 27, 2016 Mill Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions Nearly 60 Percent The Northwest Pulp & Paper Association (NWPPA) recently presented its 2016 Environmental Excellence Award to Port Townsend Paper of Port Townsend, WA. The Port Townsend Paper mill has, over the past ten years, reduced greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels by nearly 60 percent. […]
Leader Article of February 12, 2020 The City of Port Townsend and the Port Townsend Paper Company have agreed to extend the terms of a more than 60-year-old operational water lease, which was due to expire in March, to allow more time for a renegotiation. The current lease, which has been in place since 1956, […]
Leader Article of October 16, 2018 The Association of Washington Business highlighted the Port Townsend Paper Co. for their commitment to environmental stewardship and providing local jobs with a visit to the paper mill on National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 5. The visit to the Paper Company fell on National Manufacturing Day, but was part […]
PTPC recently installed a new piece of equipment. An increase in noise was detected on startup. We are currently working with the vendor to design and install equipment which will reduce the noise. We apologize for this noise increase and expect resolution within two weeks.
Port Townsend Paper Corporation has named Carr Tyndall as the new Mill General Manager. Tyndall will assume responsibility for all mill operations, previously held by former PTPC President Roger Hagan, as of March 30th. Prior to accepting his new role at Port Townsend Paper Corporation, Tyndall was Plant Manager for KapStone Paper and Packaging at […]