Environment

Mohawk Listed on Metafore’s EPAT

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Businesses looking to purchase environmentally responsible paper can now find Mohawk Fine Papers listed as a supplier in Metafore’s Environmental Paper Assessment Tool (EPAT). The EPAT, developed by Metafore, Inc. and the Paper Working Group is a comprehensive online tool that allows users to evaluate and select paper products that coincide with their company’s environmental... Keep Reading »

Mohawk #1 Green-IT Company

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Paul Stamas, Vice President of Information Technology, Mohawk Fine Papers, was so successful in using computing resources efficiently that IDG’s Computerworld named Mohawk the #1 top Green-IT Company. An articled titled “Green Achievers” in the April 20th, 2009 issue of Computerworld featured the story behind this prestigious accomplishment and the steps Stamas took to ensure... Keep Reading »

Mohawk Defends Carbon Neutrality

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A report issued by the Environmental Paper Network earlier this year challenged the use of the term “carbon neutral paper.” George Milner, Senior Vice President Energy, Environmental and Government Affairs, Mohawk Fine Papers, responded to the report with a letter acknowledging that, “the term “carbon neutral” lacks a universally accepted definition and that it is... Keep Reading »

George Milner Talks to U.S. Chamber

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Earlier this year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce asked its members, including Mohawk Fine Papers, ”How will the new administration affect Mohawk’s business?” George Milner submitted an answer on behalf of Mohawk for the Chamber’s forum. Milner, Mohawk’s Senior Vice President, Energy, Environmental and Government Affairs responded, “The Obama administration will put emphasis on environmental protection especially... Keep Reading »

Mohawk Top Purchaser of Renewable Energy

According to the Center for Resource Solutions (CRS), a national non-profit that works to mitigate climate change, Mohawk was the third largest purchaser of Green-e Energy certified renewable energy in 2008. Mohawk, Intel and PepsiCo were reported to be the top three voluntary purchasers of renewable energy in what the CRS calls a record year... Keep Reading »