Natural byproducts from the papermaking process can be used to create renewable alternatives to fossil fuel–based products. See how our biomaterials research is leading to new applications for lignin.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, not enough students have access to quality STEM programs. The Plymouth Mill’s STEM program provides students in nearby schools with the chance to learn from Domtar colleagues. Students get to talk to employees, tour the mill and learn how STEM studies can be applied to real life and future careers.
Hurricane Matthew devastated parts of North Carolina and South Carolina. In addition to Domtar’s corporate donations, our colleagues stepped up to provide hurricane relief to local communities and fellow employees affected by the storm.
Plymouth K-Lime fertilizer is creating healthier crops, saving farmers money and reducing the amount of waste being sent to the landfill by Domtar’s Plymouth Mill. It’s a win-win-win situation that has captured the attention of the industry.
Thanks to the generosity of Domtar and its vendors, two Ben Carson Reading Rooms opened in communities near Domtar’s Ashdown and Plymouth Mills. Eight more reading rooms are scheduled to open this year.
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.