The history of our mills is often inextricably linked with the history of the towns where we are located. Our Kingsport, Tennessee, mill is no exception. Learn about the mill’s century of influence.
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.
Several Domtar volunteers, including our CEO John D. Williams, recently spent time at Camp Blue Skies, a camp that was founded in 2010 for adults with disabilities. Find out why our colleagues invest time in this organization.
As part of our Hurricane Florence relief efforts, we have donated diapers and provided financial assistance to organizations in North and South Carolina. Learn more about how we’re giving back to our communities.
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.
As part of a new community investment program, Domtar partnered with Office Depot to provide paper and school supplies to teachers and students from low-income families in five states. Learn more.
As part of our ongoing partnership with the Student Conservation Association, Domtar colleagues helped the SCA clean up parks in two of the communities in which we live and work. Find out more.
The Domtar EarthChoice Ambassadors program connects our colleagues with opportunities to volunteer with health and wellness, literacy and sustainability initiatives in their communities. See what we accomplished through more than 6,000 volunteer hours in 2017.
Our Comfort and Care Diaper Assistance Program gave more than 1.7 million diapers to disaster relief efforts, area diaper banks and other programs in 2017. Learn more about the program and why diaper assistance makes such a difference for families in need.
Domtar colleagues in Montreal worked with the Student Conservation Association to remove invasive buckthorn and trash from a local park to revitalize and restore a Canadian urban forest. Find out more.