At Domtar, giving back to our planet is something we do all year long. But, in April, we’re excited to have a whole week to celebrate nature. See how we’re commemorating Earth Week 2019.
Is sustainability ROI real and measurable? At Domtar, we believe the answer is yes. See what CEO John D. Williams had to say about the economic benefits of sustainable forestry at a recent event.
Government regulations can be a blessing or a burden, but transparency helps keep the process fair. Not so with shadow regulations. Learn what Domtar CEO John D. Williams has to say about these questionable practices.
We carefully manage the water we borrow from nature, use in our mills and return to the environment. See why water efficiency matters — to the environment, to our neighbors and to our bottom line.
In 2018, EarthChoice Ambassadors logged more than 11,500 hours providing educational and environmental programs in the communities where we live, work, and play. Learn more about the ways our ECA volunteers gave back in 2018.
The Conservation Fund’s Working Forest Fund bought more than 32,000 acres of land near our Johnsonburg Mill to preserve forestland for years to come. Learn more about this project and why we celebrate conservation efforts like this.
For Wilson’s Business Solutions, quality and sustainability are critical to business success. That’s why the company selected Domtar as its supplier and as a partner in making Dryden, Ontario, a better place to live and work.
Have you ever wondered how we use and reuse water in our pulp- and paper-making business? Learn more about our water conservation and management process, from rivers and lakes to our mills — and back again.
Responsibility, efficiency and engagement are embedded in our sustainability approach, especially when it comes to keeping forests as forests. Learn how teamwork helps us set and meet our sustainability goals.
It’s time to debunk another popular paper myth, which says email is better for the environment than paper. While sustainability-minded consumers often focus on the environmental effects of paper production, they should also understand the facts about electronic communication before declaring it a better choice.