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A Letter From Sappi North America's CEO and President Mark Gardner

Gardner discusses the state of sustainability at Sappi
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2018 was an enormously important, transformational year for Sappi North America (SNA). We executed on several fronts to make our company sustainable for the long term. Through significant investments in our people and in our mills, and rigorous attention to our high standards for safety, operational efficiency and environmental stewardship, we are well on our way to becoming the thriving, diversified, growing business we set out to be just a few years ago. Let me share a few of my highlights and reflections for the future:

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Sappi Employees Are Giving Back to Neighboring Communities

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Over $15,000—that’s how much employees at Sappi’s Somerset Mill raised last holiday season to feed undernourished families in neighboring communities. The Christmas Dinner Harvest food drive first began back in 2008, when a longtime employee heard on the radio that the holiday season presents the biggest struggle for pantries trying to feed hungry families. He proposed an idea for a food drive at the mill, and it sparked immediate interest.

Sappi’s Key Performance Indicators: Driving Social Responsibility

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Sappi takes a very active approach to social responsibility, driving key initiatives in support of our three key stakeholder groups: employees, customers and the local communities in which we operate. In addition to providing skilled jobs and continued job training, we improve the lives of people by promoting freedom of association, nondiscrimination and the abolition of forced and child labor. We also uphold the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Sappi Limited has been a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) since 2008.

Sappi’s Key Performance Indicators: Creative Uses for Solid Waste

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Managing our solid waste and finding ways to minimize it remains a focus at all Sappi’s North American mills. Increased lime kiln capacity at the Cloquet Mill increased internal recycling of lime mud and decreased overall chemical consumption and waste to landfill. Higher use of natural gas at the Somerset Mill drove lower waste to landfill from ash generated during the combustion of biomass.

Sappi’s Key Performance Indicators: Sustainable Fiber Sourcing

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For the next installment of our key performance indicators, we take a look at fiber.

Three Ways to Protect Our Precious Forests

As many as 58,000 square miles of forest are lost each year – the equivalent of one football field every two seconds.
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This content originally appeared on the Guardian. 

Forest certification emphasizes qualitative factors like water cleanliness, which is crucial for a forest to support plants and wildlife. 

Domtar's 2014 Water Sources: Surface Water vs. Groundwater

Highlights from Domtar's 2015 Sustainability Report
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Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) designs, manufactures, markets and distributes a wide variety of fiber-based products, including communication papers, specialty and packaging papers, and absorbent hygiene products. The foundation of our business is a network of world-class wood fiber-converting assets that produce papergrade, fluff and specialty pulp.

The Carbon Footprint of Your Pulp and Paper Supplier

Highlights from Domtar's 2015 Sustainability Report
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Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) designs, manufactures, markets and distributes a wide variety of fiber-based products, including communication papers, specialty and packaging papers, and absorbent hygiene products. The foundation of our business is a network of world-class wood fiber-converting assets that produce papergrade, fluff and specialty pulp.

Domtar Remporte Deux Prix Du « Pulp And Paper International »

RISI rend hommage au leadership de Domtar en matière de développement durable et de communication
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