The Hawesville, Kentucky, mill recently hosted a Boy Scout troop and helped the Scouts earn their pulp and paper merit badge. The pulp and paper merit badge is one of more than 135 merit badges offered by the Boy Scouts of America. Read more about their visit.
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.
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.
Have you ever thought about food packaging paper? Probably not, but this everyday product make a difference in our lives. Domtar makes sandwich wraps, popcorn bags and other specialized products for restaurants and food manufacturers.
Domtar’s Hawesville and Owensboro, Kentucky, facilities helped fund the Exploration Station, a decomissioned school bus that is now an educational center on wheels. Exploration Station serves students in rural areas during the summer months.
Three Domtar colleagues were honored with industry awards at PaperCon 2016, an annual conference sponsored by the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI). See why they were selected.