Jacob Vrooman began as an intern in Domtar’s Pulp and Paper Division. Today, he’s a successful engineer in our Personal Care Division. Learn more about a professional journey that led Vrooman from Arkansas to Spain.
Windsor Mill is sending 95 percent less waste to landfills, thanks to a circular economy that returns beneficial biomaterials to the forest. Find out how the mill uses byproducts to improve its natural resources.
Domtar added two Type 1 ecolabels to our suite of certifications. The ECOLOGO and EU Ecolabel certifications are voluntary standards that demonstrate sustainable product sourcing and manufacturing. Learn more about these standards.
We spoke with Everick Spence, director of continuous improvement for our Pulp and Paper business, about how his team is creating a culture of collaboration that improves efficiency, cuts costs and drives the business forward.
After spending the early years of her career problem solving for NASA, Alisha Thompson now leads the business intelligence and analytics team for Domtar Personal Care. Learn more about her passion for information technology.
A unique Domtar internship program is helping immigrants find work and make connections in Aneby, Sweden. Learn how the program works, and meet two of its participants: Moustafa Alahmad and Teklit Kidane Ezgiamen.
Trees are an important natural resource for our industry, but water plays an equal role in the production of pulp and paper products. See why sustainable water management is essential to our business.
Before you left home this morning, you used a number of products that contain an interesting byproduct of our pulp- and paper-making process. Find out what role turpentine plays in everyday goods.