Welcome to Inland Empire Paper Company

 

Papermakers Since 1911

Newsprint is both the livelihood and passion of Inland Empire Paper Company. We have continuously operated in Millwood, Washington since 1911. Today IEP supplies paper to customers throughout the western United States.

Our modern papermaking process utilizes residual wood chips from area sawmills and recycled old newspapers from community collections and other wastepaper suppliers to produce the highest quality groundwood paper available. To enhance the long-term stability of IEP, we own and manage 116,000 acres of timberland and developed Fiber Reclaim, a recycled paper and transportation company.

We continue to seek out opportunities to sustain our dedication to producing quality newsprint and remain committed to excellence in serving our customers, our employees and our community.

Learn more about Fiber Reclaim, Inc.

IEP Forestry Management

The Forestry Department at IEP manages 116,000 acres of company-owned timberland in northeastern Washington and northern Idaho. IEP is a significant member of the outdoor community and is dedicated to the stewardship of these lands for everyone’s benefit. Forest lands are managed for sustainability, health, and long-term resource preservation.
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Papermaking Process

Waste wood chips sourced primarily from local sawmills are processed in the new Thermo-Mechanical Pulping (TMP) System to produce up to 390 tons of pulp per day.
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IEP NewsLatest News

Sept. 13, 2012
IEP Installs New Algaie-Based Water Treatment Technology: A Biological, Chemical-Free Process

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