Did you know wood pulp can be used to make sugar? Find out why our R&D team is developing ways to turn cellulosic sugars into biofuels, biochemicals, foods, additives and more.
We proudly support the National Down Syndrome Congress and the National Autism Association. A joint survey with these organizations will help our Comfees brand better address pediatric incontinence among children with special needs.
Jacob Vrooman began as an intern in Domtar’s Pulp and Paper Division. Today, he’s a successful engineer in our Personal Care Division. Learn more about a professional journey that led Vrooman from Arkansas to Spain.
A new enabling fiber from Domtar will dramatically change how you think about paper. Learn more about how Stealth Fiber Technology™ fibers can improve paper strength, formation, density and barrier properties.
Looking for a bioalternative to plastic and other petroleum-based products? Domtar recently developed lignin pellets, which can be used to create films, bags, injection-molded products and more. Learn about this sustainable material.
Domtar is leading the shift from fossil fuels to a bio-based economy using the most renewable alternative on the planet: trees. Learn how our research in biomaterials science is paving the way for new product opportunities.
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.
Domtar produces 2 million tons of market pulp annually. While the majority of the wood pulp is sold to some of the world’s largest tissue and towel manufacturers, we are continuing to innovate and find new and useful applications for this product.
Wood fiber is an age-old material for which companies and researchers are finding new uses. Domtar is using scientific research, business analysis and important decision-making tools to help the company navigate new biomaterials opportunities.