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P&G looks to cut waste

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Monday, the Albany Dougherty Payroll Development Authority approved a new lease for Procter and Gamble that could help them cut waste.  

The lease allows the paper company to have another tenant working with them.  P&G is looking into a another company about biomass opportunities, a biological material that originates from something living or recently living organisms such as plants.   

Chamber of Commerce member Jeff Sinyard believes it could ultimately reduce the amount of energy costs and give a higher share holder value. "We see it as a very positive thing, anything that we can do to enhance and strengthen their position in Albany Dougherty County, this region is very important to us," said Sinyard.

P&G is one of the largest paper companies in the nation, city leaders hope it will help the city prosper.

 

 

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