Category Archives: General

Taking Every Precaution During Pandemic

Posted on Apr 28, 2020

PPC has implemented a very aggressive response to the COVID-19 crisis. Here are a few of the actions we’ve taken over the last month to keep our team members safe and ensure we continue meeting demand for facial tissue to help slow the spread of infections. – Staggered shift start times and breaks – Implemented […]

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American Heart Month

Posted on Feb 27, 2020

Heart disease is the #1 cause of death for both women and men in the United States; 1 in 4 Americans die each year from heart disease. According to CDC, it is causing approximately 647,000 deaths annually. What is heart disease? Heart disease is a term used to refer to several different types of heart […]

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Being an Intern Does Make a Difference

Posted on Jan 24, 2020

How is the best way to spend winter break? Be an intern! Collin joined us as a Process Control Intern for three weeks to help with documentation, quality control, data entry and worked closely with Breanna, Quality Coordinator. Collin is a third year student at UW-La Crosse and will be earning a major in Marketing with a minor […]

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How Blood Donations Help

Posted on Jan 21, 2020

Did you know that less than 10% of Americans Donate Blood? According to American Red Cross, someone needs blood every two seconds. With only one donation, you can save up to three lives. Each year, thousands of people rely on receiving donated blood and blood products to stay alive. ADVANTAGES Reduces iron levels; iron is […]

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‘Tis the Season

Posted on Dec 20, 2019

Precision Paper Converters ends a wonderful year and what a time of year to contribute to our troops. We are extremely proud to say for the eighth year in a row, PPC has done an annual contribution to Home for our Troops (HFOT). If you are unfamiliar with HFOT, it’s a national organization that builds homes […]

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Facts About Labor Day

Posted on Aug 30, 2019

Not only is Labor Day to honor working people, it’s also a reminder that summer is slowing ending. To head into the long weekend, here are 7 interesting facts about Labor Day that could surprise you! Fact# 1: The first Labor Day occurred on September 5, 1882 in New York City. Fact# 2: Oregon was […]

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Staying Weather Aware in Wisconsin

Posted on Jul 25, 2019

Severe storm season is here in the Midwest and according to The National Weather Service, Wisconsin experiences, on average, 29 Severe Thunderstorm Watches and about 11 Tornado Watches are issued annually. Wisconsinites took shelter both Friday, July 19th and Saturday, July 20th as Upper Midwest was hit with 60-100 mph winds; calm to chaos within seconds. By Sunday […]

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Going Camping? What You Need to Know

Posted on Jul 11, 2019

As the temperatures rise and the days become longer, many Americans will head out on camping adventures. Whether your’e a seasoned camping pro or new to the activity, it’s always a good idea to review camping safety tips. Don’t Forget to Pack the Essentials Before setting out, it is important that you remember to pack […]

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Improve Your Daily Mental Health

Posted on May 10, 2019

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Daily Mental Health Mental health plays a huge role in your overall health and well-being. It affects everything, including how we think, feel and act, and helps determine how we make healthy choices and cope with stress. Because it’s such a crucial component of your health, it’s […]

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Protect Our Species

Posted on Apr 27, 2019

The 2019 theme for Earth Day is Protect our Species. This campaign is intended to bring awareness and education to protect threatened and endangered species. The campaign goals include: Educate and raise awareness about the accelerating rate of extinction of millions of species and the causes and consequences of this phenomenon. Achieve major policy victories […]

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