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“Ray C. Anderson was the founder of the modular carpet-making giant Interface and perhaps the state’s leading business-based environmentalist. After Anderson’s death in 2011, the Georgia legislature named an eighteen-mile stretch of interstate highway in west Georgia’s Troup County after him. Soon thereafter, his daughter, Harriet, and other family members set out to make the highway (nicknamed ‘The Ray’) as environmentally friendly as Anderson’s company.