Our Ashdown Mill uses drone solutions to complete critical forestry tasks, such as monitoring the health of our forests and measuring wood chip piles. Find out how drones help us work quickly, safely and efficiently.
Our efforts to make our freight transportation practices more efficient are creating environmental and economic benefits. Learn more about how the Domtar Paper and Personal Care divisions are streamlining shipping.
Our long-term commitment to sustainability earned Domtar a top-50 rank on the Newsweek Green Ranking 2017 U.S. 500 list. Learn more about our sustainability efforts and our status as a nationally recognized green company.
The catastrophic wildfires that have raged in California, British Columbia and elsewhere have reignited the debate over how our society manages forest fires. Should we try to control them or let them burn unchecked?
The bald eagle population in Wisconsin is on the rise, thanks to a joint effort by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Domtar’s Nekoosa Mill to find and monitor bald eagles on mill property.
The National Wild Turkey Federation is working to conserve or enhance more than 4 million acres of wildlife habitat. Domtar is helping spread the word through a two-part television series on the role responsible forestry plays in protecting wildlife.
Our strong sustainability commitment is attractive to millennials, who prefer to work for companies that demonstrate environmental responsibility. Find out why sustainability matters to millennials — and how Domtar is actively recruiting the next generation of workers.
Domtar is leading the shift from fossil fuels to a bio-based economy using the most renewable alternative on the planet: trees. Learn how our research in biomaterials science is paving the way for new product opportunities.
The demand for environmentally friendly pulp and paper products is growing. Learn how consumer education and spending habits are driving sustainability trends in the forest products industry — and how Domtar is responding to the demand.
Domtar’s Windsor Mill owns 400,000 acres of forestland, much of which includes sugar maple trees. Now those trees are being used for maple syrup production in a sweet and sustainable partnership with local syrup manufacturers. Read on.