Fox River Fiber earned the inaugural Best Places to Work Award from the Pulp and Paper Manufacturers Association (PPMA) at its 2013 Annual Conference
MILWAUKEE – Fox River Fiber, a De Pere, Wis.-based supplier of FDA-grade recycled pulp, earned the inaugural Best Places to Work Award from the Pulp and Paper Manufacturers Association (PPMA) at its 2013 Annual Conference.
“This award recognizes the value of our core principles,” said Greg Archambault, Fox River Fiber’s chief executive officer. “We work safely, act with honest and integrity, participate in teams, treat everyone with dignity and respect, and everyone on our team acts as a fully committed business associate.”
Fox River Fiber is an industry leader in the de-inking of post-consumer wastepaper and turning it into high-quality pulp for environmentally conscious companies. It is one of the only suppliers of FDA-grade recycled pulp in the United States.
Fox River Fiber uses 93 percent of the byproducts generated by its proprietary de-inking process for beneficial purposes such as animal bedding, and lawn and garden care products and are always working to improve that percentage.
“This award is an exciting opportunity for PPMA to honor great companies,” said PPMA President Joe Thibaudeau, Employee Relations Manager at Proctor & Gamble in Green Bay, Wis. “As an association that serves HR professionals, we know the value of making your company a great place to work.”
PPMA is a nonprofit association comprises of executives, managers and human resource professionals from the pulp, paper and allied industries. For its members, PPMA serves as a primary source of information on labor settlements, current human resource functions, governmental and related operational issues.