Domtar is a firm believer in giving back. Our corporate citizenship aligns with three pillars: literacy, health and wellness, and sustainability. Find out how we made the world a better place in 2016.
A mile-long conveyor system transports 750,000 tons of wood chips annually from river barges to the Hawesville Mill each year, reducing emissions and lowering the mill’s environmental footprint.
Sustainability is good for the environment, but can it also benefit the bottom line? Research shows that companies with a strong culture of sustainability boast more productive employees, stronger employee loyalty and greater brand strength.
Forest Academy is an online game designed to help kids in kindergarten through the sixth grade learn more about forests and conservation. Owen the Owl guides visitors through virtual and hands-on forest exploration.
Because of its innovation, productivity and corporate citizenship, our Hawesville Mill was named a Kentucky Manufacturer of the Year by the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. The award recognizes manufacturers that enhance sustainability and long-term prosperity in the state.
Engaging sustainable suppliers has been challenging for many companies. How can you encourage your vendors to adopt sustainability? Here are five lessons we’ve learned in our work with the vendors in our value chain.
Plymouth K-Lime fertilizer is creating healthier crops, saving farmers money and reducing the amount of waste being sent to the landfill by Domtar’s Plymouth Mill. It’s a win-win-win situation that has captured the attention of the industry.
Sustainability is an important part of everything we do. It’s simply part of who we are. We recently published Domtar’s 2016 sustainability update to share our progress over the past 18 months.