Containers and Packaging
Company Overview of Temple-Inland Inc.
Temple-Inland Inc., through its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells corrugated packaging and building products in the United States and Mexico. The company’s Corrugated Packaging segment manufactures containerboard and converts it into a line of corrugated packaging products, including commodity brown boxes and intricate die cut containers that can be printed with multi-color graphics. It also manufactures light-weight gypsum facing paper; and bulk containers constructed of multi-wall corrugated board, which are used for bulk shipments of various materials. This segment serves customers operating in the food, beverage, paper, glass containers, chemical, appliance, and plastics industries. T...
1300 MoPac Expressway South
Austin, TX 78746-6933
Founded in 1983
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Federal Court Pleads Temple Inland as Guilty in Federal Court for Polluting Pearl River
Feb 8 13
Temple Inland pleaded guilty in federal court on February 6, 2013 to polluting the Pearl River in August 2011 with illegal discharges from its Bogalusa paper manufacturing plant, and killing more than 500,000 fish, including more than 1,000 in the Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge. The company could be fined up to $200,000 for violating the Clean Water Act, and up to $10,000 for each "taking" of wildlife in the refuge. The company pleaded guilty to a two-count bill of information charging it with one misdemeanor count for negligent violation of the Clean Water Act and one misdemeanor count for negligent violation of the Refuge Act. Sentencing has been scheduled for May 1 before U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle. The company could also be placed on probation for a maximum of five years. The case was investigated by the criminal investigative divisions of EPA and the state Department of Environmental Quality and was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Dorothy Manning Taylor and Spiro Latsis. The wastewater reached the Pearl River on Aug. 10, and continued flowing into the river until at least Aug. 13, when the paper plant was shut down.
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