For low-income families and people struggling to recover from natural disasters and geopolitical strife, access to absorbent hygiene products can be difficult or impossible. Domtar diaper donations make a difference.
Domtar Personal Care manufactures a wide range of absorbent hygiene solutions, and how we work is just as important as what we make. Our works begins and ends with our customers in mind. Learn more.
In this second installment of our series on the Domtar Personal Care division, we explore the products we make for the personal hygiene market. Learn more about our brands and the way we innovate.
The Domtar EarthChoice Ambassadors program connects our colleagues with opportunities to volunteer with health and wellness, literacy and sustainability initiatives in their communities. See what we accomplished through more than 6,000 volunteer hours in 2017.
Our Comfort and Care Diaper Assistance Program gave more than 1.7 million diapers to disaster relief efforts, area diaper banks and other programs in 2017. Learn more about the program and why diaper assistance makes such a difference for families in need.
The absorbent hygiene market is one of the fastest growing segments for pulp globally. The Domtar Personal Care division meets the diverse needs of its customers through effective, affordable and widely available personal care solutions.
With the help of our distribution partner, Good360, we are donating more than 135,000 diapers to hurricane relief efforts for displaced families in Texas. This response to Hurricane Harvey is part of our Comfort and Care diaper assistance program. Learn more.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to create new products at Domtar? We spoke with Harry Chmielewski, one of our senior research scientists, about the innovative technologies being developed in our Personal Care division.
Our recent diaper innovations help us help families meet two important needs: keeping babies dry and keeping diapers affordable. See how our products help address diaper poverty and maintain skin health.
Colleagues at Domtar’s Personal Care facility in Waco, Texas, recently assembled and delivered 1,500 baby care packages, which included books and diapers, to local organizations that help support low-income families.