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Channeled Resources launches new website, named ‘Green Master’

January 23, 2013

Channeled Resources Group has announced the launch of its redesigned website, The new site reflects an ongoing effort to enhance the company’s web presence. “Channeled Resources has streamlined the user experience while providing increased functionality and resources to reflect its mission of channeling ‘cost effective and environmentally responsible solutions’ to its global customers and suppliers,” the company says.

The website aims to give customers quick and easy acess to essential information regarding Channeled Resources’ products, services, news and events. Readers will also find Calvin’s Corner, the CEO’s own personalized section. A new aspect of the website is a “Specials” page, where customers can find current sales or promotions being offered. The site will be maintained on a regular basis in an effort to “offer the most cutting-edge news in the industry.”

MaraTech International, part of The Channeled Resources Group, was formally recognized as a Green Master company during the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Conference on December 7, 2012 at the American Family Insurance Headquarters in Madison, WI. This marks the second consecutive year MaraTech has earned the honor.

The Green Masters Program is designed for companies that are affected by the groundswell of change and who realize it is time to turn aspiration into action and imagine a better business. It is a free, independent, objective, points-based “green” certification program. Now, businesses of any size, from any part of Wisconsin and from any sector, can begin “the road to sustainability.”

The Channeled Resources Group has a long standing tradition of not only managing its business in a sustainable manner but also helping other businesses do the same. The recognition of being named a Green Master serves to validate that tradition.

The MaraTech facility in Marathon is an 186,000 square foot manufacturing plant involved in converting and reprocessing specialty papers and films.