This month, responsible paper company Domtar launched Paper Made Here — a new program that encourages its stakeholders to ask themselves: “Where does my paper come from?”
The Paper Made Here program demonstrates why buying North American paper is the responsible economic, social and environmental choice, and the best business decision. The program also spotlights Domtar’s longtime commitment to sustainability, its history as a North American job creator and its investment in local communities.
The accompanying short documentary, “A Portrait on Paper,” tells the story of a 20-year Domtar veteran from the company’s Marlboro Mill in Bennettsville, South Carolina, who truly understands the importance of sustainability — as part of the job he performs every day, and as a father who wants to protect the environment and our natural resources for his children and grandchildren.
The paper company also recently unveiled the completely redesigned website for its digital transparency tool, The Paper Trail, which shows where its paper comes from and the impacts of its products.