International Paper gets $2.8 million to reduce carbon emissions

International Paper is seen in 2006 in Ticonderoga. Post-Star file photo

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International Paper in Ticonderoga has received $2.8 million and recognition from the state for its work to reduce its carbon footprint.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on June 7 the company was one of the first winners of the Commercial and Industrial Carbon Challenge, a program that requires companies to commit to reducing carbon emissions.

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Source: The Post Star

 

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