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People. Paper. Planet.

American Eagle Paper Mills, located in Tyrone, PA, produces the highest quality recycled papers for digital and offset printing and converting applications. Our integrated deinking and pulping process transforms waste into premium paper, saving trees, energy and water while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. We are committed to the responsible and sustainable manufacture of our Eagle family of products, including Eagle Offset, Eagle Envelope, Eagle Office, Eagle Golden Kraft, and our newest product offering, Eagle Color 100 , made with 100% recycled FSC certified fiber.

We are also proud to support the Tyrone Pennsylvania community with our unwavering commitment to American manufacturing.

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The ABCs of Carbon Footprints

The term “carbon footprint” is often used to describe a measure, or best guess, of how a particular task or event might impact global climate change.

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Save Forests, Reduce Landfills

American Eagle feels the safety and security of our global environment must be a priority.

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An Industry in Jeopardy

Domestic U.S. sales of paper and pulp are lagging as foreign paper mills thrive in our worldwide economy.

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Recycling Done Right

American Eagle Paper Mill is a dedicated community of environmental stewards and a rather unique mill in North America.

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Employee Profile: Steve Hanzir

A Tyrone, PA native, Steve Hanzir is proud to work for a company that is not only a major employer for families in the area, but one that produces and delivers their products in a 100% environmentally sound manner. Paper production dates back to the 1880’s for this small town of 5,500 residents. These local families depend on the jobs American Eagle Paper Mills brings to the area. To Steve, American Eagle Paper Mills is so much more than just a place that makes paper; it is a community staple that makes him “hometown proud.” Steve has worked for the plant for over eight years, following in the footsteps of his father who retired from the Westvaco Mill.

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