Domtar’s Kamloops Mill is using wood waste once destined for slash piles as a renewable power source under a new partnership. Learn more about how wood once considered unusable is now generating green electricity.
As a next step in our sustainability journey, we’re exploring blockchain technology. Find out what it is and how this innovative technology can help improve sustainability reporting and supply chain transparency.
Our sustainability efforts are good for the environment and good for our business. They also contribute to our safety culture. Learn about the connection between safety and sustainability and why it matters to our colleagues.
Have you read our 2019 Sustainability Report? Take our Sustainability Report quiz to see how much you’ve learned about our three key focus areas and other ways we protect the world’s precious natural resources.
Our 2019 sustainability report highlights our progress and long-term strategy in safety, efficiency, environmental responsibility and corporate citizenship. Learn more about how we are reducing waste, increasing efficiency and giving back to our communities.
Did you know adhesives, inks and detergents contain tall oil, a byproduct of the papermaking process? Learn about tall oil and its many uses, including new applications in the biofuels industry.
The second installment of our Outside Voice series features Mike Wallace of BrownFlynn, an ERM Group company. As an expert on sustainability reporting, Wallace shares his view on why transparency matters for every business.
Two continuous improvement projects are helping Plymouth Mill build a more sustainable future. Find out how the mill is lowering costs and increasing efficiency by using less energy and water.
Is paper sustainability fact or fiction? Find out the truth about the sustainability of our industry and the thousands of everyday Domtar paper products as we debunk five common paper myths.