Eastman and the South Fork Holston River

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Eastman and the South Fork Holston River

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Environmental responsibility has always been a priority at Eastman. Watch as Dr. Richard Strang tells his story. http://3bl.me/pxeeaq
Friday, August 7, 2015 - 3:45pm

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Fun fact: Each day, Eastman pumps an average of 420 million gallons of water from the Holston River to support production at its Kingsport site.

Data point: The health of the river, as it passes through Kingsport, Tenn., has improved dramatically. At Riverfront Park, in 1965 there were only 3 species of fish living in the river. In 2010, conditions had improved such that there were 29 species, including darters, shiners and a variety of game fish.

Watch as Eastman employee, Dr. Richard Strang, tells his story.

To learn more about Eastman’s water management efforts and river studies, check out Eastman’s 2015 Sustainability Report, Gaining momentum. 

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CAMPAIGN: Eastman Corporate Responsibility

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