Domtar leaders, along with numerous Georgia state and local officials, recently broke ground to celebrate the expansion of our Jesup, Georgia-based Engineered Absorbent Materials (EAM)* facility.
AF&PA Urges Governor Mills to Veto Maine’s Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for Packaging
WASHINGTON – The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) President and CEO Heidi Brock issued the following statement in opposition to the Maine Legislature’s passage of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for packaging (LD 1541):
Paper Excellence Partners with Cumberland Wood Products to plant 1,000 tree seedlings with Cumberland House Cree Nation
[Prince Albert, SK] – Paper Excellence recently partnered with Cumberland Wood Products (CWP) to plant 1,000 jack pine seedlings in and around the First Nation community of Cumberland House.
Kadant to Acquire German Blade Manufacturer Joh. Clouth
$25M Investment to Implement Cutting Edge AI Capabilities at Kruger Products’ Sherbrooke Plant
Canada’s leading tissue manufacturer, Kruger Products L.P., today announced a $25M investment at its new Sherbrooke Tissue Plant to implement a digital twin of its supply chain, using real-time data augmented with artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to boost operational efficiency and agility.
How Kleenex owner Kimberly-Clark is changing how its paper products are made to curb deforestation
As the pandemic proved, personal care items are indispensable to everyday life. Stores struggled to keep shelves stocked as frantic shoppers grabbed whatever they could without a second thought.
NERC Releases Latest Update on Increased Capacity to Use Recycled Paper
The Northeast Recycling Council's (NERC) has published its seventh and latest update to its Summary of Announced Increased Capacity to Use Recycled Paper report.
Green Bay Packaging cuts ribbon on Wisconsin’s first new paper mill in 30 years
GREEN BAY, Wis. - Green Bay Packaging ceremonially cut the ribbon on its new $500 million mill Thursday. The mill located at 1601 North Quincy Street is the first new paper mill to be built in the state of Wisconsin in more than 35 years.
Supporting Modernization and Upgrading of Forest Fibre Processing at British Columbia Pulp Facility
June 16, 2021 - Castlegar, British Columbia - The Government of Canada is building a clean energy future and supporting workers in the natural resource sectors — including finding innovative ways to increase the use of underutilized forest fibre sources.
Sonoco Expanding Recycling of Iconic Paper Containers in U.S.
Domtar, Industry Groups Advocate for Sensible U.S. Postal Service Reform
A new Postal Service Reform Act has been introduced in Congress, aimed at preserving and strengthening the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) through a variety of changes.
TC Transcontinental releases its 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Progress Report
TC Transcontinental releases its 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Progress Report as it continues to create value through sustainable development
Sappi North America Agrees To Sell Its Hydroelectric Assets To Dichotomy Power
Leading paper and packaging supplier looks to unlock value in non-core assets
Resolute Forest Products investing $13M in Thunder Bay sawmill
Resolute Forest Products is investing $13 million in its Thunder Bay sawmill in order to increase production by up to 40 million board feet.
As spruce budworm numbers rise, so does the battle against them — except in Gros Morne
A spraying program is quadrupling to battle rising spruce budworm numbers in western Newfoundland, but Parks Canada has decided to opt out of the effort and let nature take its course within Gros Morne National Park.
A clear vision, carbon offsets and science needed for the future health of B.C.’s forests
Opinion: Government's policy intentions paper indicates the province spends over $20 million annually on silvicultural enhancements, but with an area of 20.3 million hectares being deemed economically suitable for harvesting, an investment of less than $1 a hectare is unimpressive.
Paper Excellence Announces Commitment to CCAB’s Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program
[Richmond, BC] – Paper Excellence is pleased to announce its commitment to the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program administrated by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
KP Tissue Inc. Reports on Shareholders’ Voting Results for the Election of Directors
KP Tissue Inc. (“KPT”) (TSX: KPT) held its Annual Meeting of shareholders today. All candidates proposed as directors were duly elected to the Board of Directors of KPT by a majority of the votes cast by shareholders present or represented by proxy at the Meeting
Twin Rivers Paper Company Demonstrates Commitment to Food Safety with Receipt of FSSC 22000 Certification for Food Packaging
Madawaska, ME (June 9, 2021) – The Twin Rivers Paper Company has received FSSC 22000 Certification for Food Packaging, for its New York-based, Lyonsdale, Mohawk Valley, and Mill Street mills.
SC Paper Mill Now Facing Third Lawsuit Over Unhealthy Emissions
A South Carolina paper mill is now facing a third federal lawsuit from neighbors. The suit filed Tuesday says the plant's emissions are causing pollution and making them sick.
Resolute Announces $1/share Special Dividend and $50 million in Lumber Investments
Resolute Forest Products Inc. (NYSE: RFP) (TSX: RFP) today declared a special cash dividend of $1.00 per share of common stock, payable on July 7 for holders of record at the close of business on June 28.
Clearwater paper mill closing in Fox Crossing: What we know so far
Clearwater Paper Corporation announced last week that it's closing its mill at 249 N. Lake St. in Fox Crossing. The Fox Valley Workforce Development Board confirmed this week that 285 workers will lose their jobs when the mill closes in July.