Who is Foley Cellulose and what is the value created for Taylor County?
Georgia-Pacific’s Foley Cellulose mill creates value by making special fibers found in products that people around the world use every day, including clothing, tires, shampoo, diapers, filters, and wipes.
Does the Fenholloway Water Quality Project have the approval of local, state & federal authorities?
Our company’s guiding principles include a commitment to comply with all state and federal regulations.
Why relocate the effluent discharge with a pipeline?
The Finding of Facts section of the Administrative Order clearly demonstrates there are no other alternative technologies to the permitted project capable of meeting Class III water quality standards in the Fenholloway River.
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Get the facts on five frequently asked questions we hear about the Fenholloway Water Quality Project.
What has the Fenholloway Water Quality Project accomplished thus far?
With close to $120 million in mill process improvements already made by our company, improved water quality in the river is apparent.
After the Fenholloway Project is complete, will Foley’s effluent meet Florida water standards?
Our commitment to the environment begins with our families and employees. We are committed to meeting clean water standards.
How much will the Fenholloway Water Quality Project cost?
The Foley mill has invested approximately $120 million in environmental improvements...
How long will the pipeline be and what is the route?
The pipeline will be approximately 15 miles long...
When are we expecting the project to be complete?
Foley Cellulose will complete significant improvements to the mill’s effluent treatment system by March 6, 2019...