Domtar Newsroom Sustainability Highlights

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Domtar Newsroom Sustainability Highlights
Domtar Newsroom Sustainability Highlights offers compelling and inspiring sustainability stories about Domtar, its people, products, partnerships, industry, and communities. It is home to the important and stimulating environmental news for customers, media, consumers, and employees. 


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Domtar Celebrates International Day of Forests
Trees give so generously yet take so little. Take, for example, the fact that a single tree is capable of absorbing 10 pounds of carbon dioxide annually. According to Recyclebank, a mature oak tree can take in 369 gallons of water each...
Mar 21, 2017 10:15 AM ET
WWF, Domtar: A History of Collaboration
Globally recognized for its incredible conservation work, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has protected the future of nature for more than 50 years. Domtar has been a part of that journey for nearly two decades now. This month, we celebrate our renewed commitment to collaboratively promoting sustainable forestry for another three years. Learn more about our sustainability efforts with WWF through...
Mar 16, 2017 8:15 AM ET
Domtar Wood Chips Help People with Disabilities
Small things can make a big difference in mill communities. Take, for instance, wood chips leftover from the papermaking process. For more than a decade, Domtar’s Kingsport Mill in Kingsport, Tennessee, has been donating wood chip fines to ...
Mar 14, 2017 8:15 AM ET
The Paper Recycling Process
Have you ever wondered where used paper goes once you toss it in the blue bin? Turns out, recycled paper embarks on quite the journey before its new life, with each additional round of recycling further weakening the wood fiber. That's why paper can only be recycled between 5-7 times. Follow the 15-step journey of a recycled love note with this light-hearted video produced with RecycleBank....
Mar 9, 2017 8:15 AM ET
Domtar Difference Makers: Page Wilson of the American Red Cross
A tragedy on a winter night led Page Wilson to become an American Red Cross first responder. Here’s her story. A light snow was falling in Rock Hill, South Carolina, on February 12, 2014. Wilson and her husband of 29 years, Chad, were snuggled in for the night and watching a movie. Eventually, the couple fell asleep — he in his recliner, she on the couch. Suddenly, they were...
Mar 2, 2017 8:15 AM ET