Mohawk Fine Papers
For three generations, Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. ran a mill at the juncture of the Mohawk and Hudson rivers, selling paper to IBM, IBM +0.13% Exxon Mobil, General Electric and other corporate giants for annual reports.
But as business moved online, company President Thomas D. O'Connor Jr. was left to rescue the firm his grandfather founded 83 years ago in a former Civil War-era ax-handle factory.
The Print Council has announced that the Unisource Worldwide Matching Challenge Grant has resulted in $100,000 of new financial support from the industry
COHOES, NY—11/15/07—The Environmental Protection Agency has once again recognized Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. for its commitment to the use of renewable energy sources. On October 22nd, the EPA presented Mohawk with a 2007 Green Power Leadership Award in the category of Green Power Partner of the Year. The annual award, which was presented at the Annual National Renewable Energy marketing Conference in Philadelphia, recognizes leading national green power purchasers for their contribution to helping advance the development of the nation’s green power market. “Through our preeminent use of renewable energy products, we are doing our part to reduce our nations dependence on
Cohoes, NY — Mohawk Fine Papers Inc., manufacturer of premium printing, identity and imaging papers, has been added to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List of Top 25 U.S. Green Power Purchasers. Mohawk's commitment to wind energy, which has replaced almost 40 percent of the company's electricity requirements, bumped it up the ranks of EPA Green Power Pushers leaders. Also, many of Mohawk's recycled products are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council [FSC] or Green Seal. Mohawk (ranked #13) was one of four additions to the list announced this quarter along with HSBC (#7), Starbucks (#22), and Syracuse University (tied for #23). "Mohawk