A series of capital investments and continuous improvement projects has improved the operational and environmental efficiency of our Kamloops Mill. Find out how the mill set new production records after completing these projects.
Domtar is one of the world’s largest producers of wood pulp, which is used to create pulp, paper, personal care items, specialty papers and other everyday products. Learn more about this part of our business.
For many colleagues, working at Domtar has become a family tradition that spans four or five generations. Read the stories of several of our colleagues whose family histories are intertwined with Domtar’s history.
Domtar is committed to maintaining the water quality in watersheds near our pulp and paper mills. We are also reducing water usage. Learn more about these efforts, including the work being done at our Kamloops Mill.
Domtar colleagues worked side by side with members of the Student Conservation Association to help restore parts of a wildlife park in Kamloops, British Columbia. It’s the latest event in our four-year partnership with the SCA.
In 1965, Domtar’s Kamloops, British Columbia, pulp mill was built to turn waste materials from regional sawmills into pulp. Fifty years later, the modernized mill is a vital part of the community.