How do you reduce the need for 50,000 truck trips a year, avoiding the air emissions equal burning 100,000+ gallons of fuel? Domtar's Hawesville, KY mill found a creative strategy to do just that. Learn how 24/7 technology, the Ohio River and a mile-long structure resembling a roller coaster helped eliminate over half-a-million miles of mill traffic annually.
Measuring a company’s success in responsible corporate sustainability
Social and environmental responsibility are more than just words
Are companies in the energy sector socially and environmentally responsible? How do you prove it?
International ‘sustainability’ investment experts — with the evidence to back it up — think they have the answers.
In fact, they believe that long-term survival for organizations has become increasingly dependent on their skillset in navigating sustainability issues and complex societal challenges. And many companies are doing exactly that.
Domtar’s EarthChoice Ambassadors, now mobilized at 21 of our sites, were more active than ever in 2015.
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What do electronic waste, shoes and fettuccine have in common? Ask Domtar’s EarthChoice Ambassadors!
Research shows that employees who are passionate about sustainability at home would like to see those same practices valued at work. These folks are known as sustainability champions and in their case; leadership is a role, not a position. Sustainability champions lead by example, benefitting both themselves and the organization as a whole.
Aramark to purchase only sustainably sourced canned skipjack and albacore tuna in the U.S.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., October 15, 2015 /3BL Media/– Aramark (NYSE:ARMK), the $15 billion global provider of food, facilities management, and uniforms, announced today that it will transition to 100% sustainably sourced canned skipjack and albacore tuna in the U.S. by April 1, 2016. Sustainably sourced tuna minimizes by-catch levels and helps maintain fish populations.
The first coffee to be exported from the new country of South Sudan will be available to consumers in the coming weeks. And the story of how Suluja — a bold, silky textured coffee with intense aromas — came to be created is no ordinary one.