Pratt Industries Helps with Darley Safe Water Box Part of Puerto Rico Relief Effort

Part of our triple bottom line approach to sustainability is people. Pratt’s commitment to the communities in which we live and work, and the employees, customers, and stakeholders of Pratt Industries is deep and strong. The more than 50 sites of Pratt Industries also enjoy jumping in and lending a helping hand with local and regional …

“Don’t Litter, Recycle” School Poster Contest Winners Announced at Staten Island Yankees Game

On June 26th, Pratt Industries along with the Department of Sanitation New York, the Office of the Borough President James Oddo and the New York Department of Education announced the winners of the “Don’t Litter, Recycle” school poster contest. This borough-wide art contest asked students from Pre-K to eighth grade to create posters promoting a campaign for recycling in an effort …

Pratt Industries Serves as Presenting Sponsor at the Captain Planet Foundation 25th Anniversary Gala Event

As a presenting sponsor at the Captain Planet Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Gala Event, Pratt Industries is proud to support the foundation’s project-based environmental learning strategies. As one of the Southeast’s largest eco-benefits, the event raises funds for the Foundation’s mission to help youth develop into environmental stewards and active global citizens: individuals who think critically and collaborate …

Pratt Industries Helps Veterans in Need Through The Home Depot Foundation

For years, Pratt Industries has supported The Home Depot Foundation as a participant in their Supplier Advisory Board. Pratt is also one of the top donors each year to assist in their efforts to help a number of non-profit organizations around the country, focused on veterans. This year, partner donations have helped to contribute to: Improvements to almost 7,000 …

Export Food, Not Jobs

BY Anthony Pratt Executive Chairman of Pratt Industries I was delighted to be part of the first Global Food Forum held by The Wall Street Journal. Pratt Industries was excited about our sponsorship, which is a testament to the Journal’s leadership in reporting about food. Food is vital for America’s economy — a powerful engine …

Captain Planet Foundation’s Project Learning Garden™

Pratt Industries, America’s fifth-largest corrugated packaging company, is proud to support Captain Planet Foundation’s Project Learning Garden™ program. Pratt’s involvement in this environmental education effort includes building an e-commerce platform enabling teachers to download lessons. A fulfillment center has also been established to assemble and the ship kits and the mobile cooking carts. The downloadable …

Pratt Industries Celebrates Earth Day 2014

Millions of Americans celebrated Earth Day last week – and Pratt Industries employees were no exception – getting involved in everything from tree planting to educating school children about better care for the planet to handing out recycled shopping bags at farmers’ markets.   They even helped Smokey the Bear educate youngsters about safeguarding state parks. “Pratt Industries is devoted to …

Pratt Industries Joins The Home Depot to Help HeroBox

Pratt Industries has joined forces with The Home Depot to give our men and women in uniform a little reminder of home – by enlisting in a program that collects and sends supplies to deployed soldiers in hotspots like Afghanistan and beyond. The program is run by HeroBox, a non-profit organization that’s been providing both …

Pratt and Southern Champion Tray Help Children in Need

  It’s never too late for some good news – which is exactly what Pratt Industries and our friends at Southern Champion Tray were able to spread this past Christmas for needy children. Southern Champion, a leading manufacturer of paperboard packaging in the US and abroad, generously helps fund Operation Christmas Child – part of the …

Shreveport Mill Leads Water Conservation Efforts

The Pratt paper mill in Shreveport, La., is spearheading efforts to help local businesses and residents both conserve water AND protect the environment. At the request of city leaders, Pratt is testing the viability of using “gray water” – or treated wastewater – to help cool machinery and hydraulic systems at the mill, thereby eliminating …