Earlier this month, PotlatchDeltic was recognized by Newsweek as one of America’s most responsible companies for 2022.

The award recognizes the top 500 most responsible companies in the United States across 14 industry categories. PotlatchDeltic got the 208th overall spot on the list.

Responsibility encompasses a lot of different areas at PotlatchDeltic. This includes the company’s sustainable forest management as well as social responsibility.

“We are thrilled to have been listed in Newsweek,” Vice President of Public Affairs, Anna Torma said. “It reflects our commitment to our forestry practices and the work we do at the mills to reduce environmental impact.”

Along with social responsibility and safety practices, PotlatchDeltic has also been committed to the safety of the community as well.

Over the last two years, PotlatchDeltic has supported the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality’s wood-stove change-out program. The program is aimed at improving air quality in the St. Joe Valley.

To view the full list of companies listed by Newsweek, visit https://www.newsweek.com/americas-most-responsible-companies-2022.

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