• Every day, Pratt’s paper mills recycle more than 3000 tons of recovered paper
  • Every day, these mills produce enough 100% recycled paper to stretch more than 2500 miles – sufficient to stretch from New York City to Los Angeles
  • Every day, this saves the equivalent of 51,000 trees / 21 million gallons of water / and 12 million KwHrs of energy

Pratt is America’s 5th Largest Corrugated Packaging Company and the world’s largest, privately-held 100% recycled paper and packaging company, with more than 4000 highly-skilled, green-collar employees dedicated to the environment and sustainability. Pratt was founded in the USA some 20 years ago and, since then, has shown dramatic growth with sophisticated manufacturing facilities in more than 20 states.

factory worker behind computerThe Georgia-based company operates an extensive Recycling Company to supply three of the most modern, cost-effective 100% recycled paper mills in the country – at our Conyers’ Campus and in New York City, New York and Shreveport, Louisiana.

Pratt’s supply chain continues through a series of sheet plants, full-line corrugated box factories and display facilities strategically placed throughout the United States as well as Mexico, offering a wide range of creative packaging solutions. All are backed by Pratt’s total commitment to quality, service and innovation. And, as a private company, we can quickly react and adapt to suit our customers’ needs.

The company is dedicated to the sustainability of the environment, its customers and its people. The cornerstone of Pratt’s mission is to protect and nurture the planet’s natural resources while reducing our impact on the environment by “Harvesting the Urban Forest.” By doing so the company also seeks to help its customers meet their environmental goals.

Pratt has been honored by environmental leaders such as former Vice President Al Gore, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Ted Turner, the Climate Group and Global Green for spreading the word that recycling is an important weapon against climate change.