Domtar joined other companies across North America in celebrating Manufacturing Day in October. Our goal was to inspire the next generation of manufacturers by showcasing the many career opportunities available in the pulp and paper industry. We invited local students to visit several of our mills and plants for tours, Q&A sessions and hands-on activities […]
You may not have heard of Engineered Absorbent Materials, but you’ve probably benefitted from its absorbent cores, which are used in diapers, food packaging, medical products and more. Learn about this Domtar subsidiary.
As many U.S. cities move to ban plastic drinking straws, consumers and manufacturers are scrambling for a biodegradable alternative. Are paper drinking straws the solution? Learn more about this growing market.
To help fill a growing trade skills gap in North America, many Domtar facilities are investing in job readiness programs that help train the next generation of workers. See what two of our sites are doing.
It’s time to debunk another popular paper myth, which says email is better for the environment than paper. While sustainability-minded consumers often focus on the environmental effects of paper production, they should also understand the facts about electronic communication before declaring it a better choice.
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.
We work hard to use every part of the tree. At Domtar, our responsible forestry practices maximize yield, minimize waste and help preserve the viability of our forests for generations to come. Learn more.
Want to know how wood pulp becomes a product? Just follow the fiber. Take a look at how pulp from our Plymouth Mill journeys more than 8,500 miles to our Personal Care facility in Sweden and to store shelves in New Zealand.