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.
Windsor Mill is sending 95 percent less waste to landfills, thanks to a circular economy that returns beneficial biomaterials to the forest. Find out how the mill uses byproducts to improve its natural resources.
Trees are an important natural resource for our industry, but water plays an equal role in the production of pulp and paper products. See why sustainable water management is essential to our business.
We spoke with the CEO of the Rainforest Alliance, Han de Groot, about the future of the organization and our ongoing collaboration to promote biodiversity and preserve forests. Learn more about our Rainforest Alliance partnership.
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.
How important is your paper procurement process? The answer, for Bell Canada, is very. Learn how this company incorporated responsibly sourced paper into its overall sustainability policy, with a little help from Domtar.