Nekoosa Mill is improving its biological wastewater treatment system to reduce excess phosphorous. Learn how this helps reduce algal growth in the Wisconsin River — and improves the mill’s bottom line.
Manufacturing jobs often require shift work. Rotating schedules can be appealing to workers who enjoy having time off at nonpeak hours. Learn more about shift work and the benefits it offers our colleagues.
Nekoosa Mill and Ashdown Mill are addressing wood fiber loss as part of their 2019 continuous improvement projects. Find out why every fiber matters and what we’re doing to increase efficiency and reduce waste.
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 […]
October is Manufacturing Month, and we’re celebrating by highlighting two young engineers who came to Domtar as interns and stayed as full-time employees. Find out why they chose a career with Domtar.
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.
The second installment in our series of facility profiles features the Nekoosa Mill in Nekoosa, Wisconsin. Read on to learn more about the mill, which produces paper, pulp, biomaterials, electricity and steam.
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 Sustainable Forestry Principles help guide our relationships with the people who live in the forests where we work. We maintain collaborative relationships with aboriginal communities, and we encourage suppliers to do the same.