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Georgia-Pacific’s Camas, WA, Facilities Closed for Good ‘Despite Rosy Market’

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According to the Portland Tribune, the domestic market for copy-machine paper is sizzling, and there's a huge demand for pulp to make paper in China since it banned imports of our recycled paper.

But Georgia-Pacific's pulp and copy paper-making operations in Camas, WA, which shut down in May, won't be reopened, said Kristi Ward, spokeswoman for the mill across the Columbia River from Portland.

"As part of the business decision, there's no plans to sell the machinery," Ward said. "We do plan to, I guess, disassemble the machines."


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