Stone County stands tall.
Security, sustainability: Stone County industry leading the world—and making the planet a better place.
Baldwin Pole Mississippi, LLC: Utility linemen prefer poles made by Baldwin Pole Mississippi. Baldwin’s EPA-approved wood treatment makes poles more flexible and less susceptible to wind and ice storm damage; the poles are also easier and faster to climb, and superior moisture resistance reduces the risk of electrocution. Baldwin poles are easier on the planet as well; the average lifespan of a Baldwin Pole is 40 years, which equals the approximate time it takes to grow a new pole tree.
Carpenter's Pole & Piling: Carpenter’s Pole & Piling provides various treated wood products for the construction and pile driving industries as well as the utility industry. We use only quality Southern yellow pine and follow specifications outlined by the American Standard National Institute to class each pole or piling. Our treating processes adhere to strict State and Federal safety and environmental regulations, and we constantly evaluate our procedures to ensure the highest standard of any treating facility.
DeSoto Land & Timber: DeSoto Land & Timber has been selling land in South Mississippi since 1990. We offer residential lots and acreage, commercial properties, recreational properties, and investment properties for sale. At DeSoto, we make it easy to purchase from us with owner financing available to qualified buyers.
DeSoto Treated Materials: Seeks to provide the highest quality poles and piling with a level of service second to none. Established in 1996 in an effort to streamline current operations of land management and logging businesses already managed by DeSoto. With a strong family influence, DeSoto has grown 5 times over since origination. We attribute this success to hard work and customer appreciation.
Dunn Paper Company: Dunn Paper, Inc. a leading manufacturer of specialty coated, wax and machine glazed papers. Responsible forest management is honestly nothing to sneeze at when it comes to the Stone County manufacturing facility of the Dunn Paper Company, the nation’s largest provider of private label tissue for retail grocery chains. All the wood utilized by the operation comes from timberlands certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the Sustainable Forestry Initiative or other controlled wood source.
Enviva Pellets: Enviva Pellets Wiggins joined the Enviva family of operations in October 2010. The facility is a 110K metric ton wood pellet manufacturing plant located in the southeast of Mississippi, 80 miles west of Mobile, Alabama. The facility boasts 6 pellet mills, a highly trained and highly skilled team of managers, operators and technicians, and runs 24 hours, seven days a week.
Hood Industries: Specializes in plywood is made from sturdy Southern Yellow Pine and is available in a variety of grades, thicknesses and finishes to meet the particular needs of our customers. Hood Plywood is a proud member of the APA - Engineered Wood Association. All of our products are produced in accordance with APA guidelines. The Wiggins facility employs over 320 people. Their unique approach has created an atmosphere that fosters trust, integrity, and accountability to customers, each other, and the environment. Hood Industries' history chronicles the success of this philosophy in the company's growth
Recast Energy: In 2012, the Recast Energy manufacturing operation in Stone County made national news and history, when it announced the availability for sale of more than 15,000 metric tons of carbon offsets from its biomass thermal energy project—the first U.S.-based biomass thermal project to be validated and verified under the Verified Carbon Standard. Recast offers sustainability both for the planet and for global industry by providing alternative energy (produced from locally sourced woody biomass residues) through long-term contracts with price certainty. Recast assures “best practices” for building reputations of environmental responsibility and strong positions for meeting future regulatory compliance.
Ten Mile Industrial Park: Owned and managed by the Stone County Economic Development Partnership, the 90-acre park has a variety of small manufacturers and currently has two vacant sites available.
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