ELMWOOD PARK, NJ, Oct. 4, 2016 (Press Release) -Marcal, a Soundview Paper Company, LLC will be exhibiting at Booth #3613 at ISSA in Chicago, IL from October 26-28, 2016! Be sure to come out and join us as we showcase our full line of Green Seal Certified products made from 100% recycled fibers. From towel, bath, and napkin, to facial tissue, and now our new line of dispensers, we offer products for customers with a wide range of end-user markets at value prices.Read more
HACKENSACK, NJ, Jan. 17, 2014 (The Record) - The owner of the Marcal paper factory in Elmwood Park has postponed plans to build a power plant on its site and will instead upgrade its so-called deinking fiber mill, a $10 million to $12 million project, a company official said. -Read more
Soundview Paper Company purchased Marcal in April, as the tissue and paper products manufacturer was on its last legs.
The state sweetened the deal with a $25 million Grow New Jersey loan that kept the mill and its approximately 500 workers afloat. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno toured the plant Tuesday to see the results of the aid.Read more
Soundview Paper Co. is looking into a variety "of potential solutions regarding energy costs at the company, including solar," Chief Executive Officer George Wurtz said in an email Thursday.Read more
George Wurtz, CEO of Soundview Paper Co., said it costs as much as five times more to buy industrial power in the Garden State than elsewhere in the country. Wurtz spoke at a breakfast business roundtable organized by Assemblyman David Rible, R-Monmouth, who is Republican Conference leader.Read more
Soundview Paper LLC, which bought struggling Marcal April 21, said in its grant application to the New Jersey Economic Development Authority that it was considering whether to move the 80-year-old manufacturing and recycling business to a "lower cost" location, taking at least 509 jobs with it.Read more
What are 100 percent recycled paper products made from? Don't ask consumers - they're confused! A new survey from Marcal® Small Steps® and Kiwi Magazine reveals that female heads of households between the ages of 25 and 54 lack knowledge about the environmental implications of the products they are purchasing.Read more