All of Domtar’s pulp and paper facilities are certified to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®), Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®), and/or Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification™ (PEFC™). In addition, Domtar’s owned and managed lands in Canada are certified to the FSC and SFI standards. For the Wabigoon Forest, we are certified to both SFI and FSC, for the Trout Lake Forest we are certified to SFI at this time. Where available, Domtar has a preference for FSC Certification. In addition to FSC, Domtar recognizes and utilizes fiber certified to SFI, PEFC, and ATFS standards.
Contact Dianne.Loewen@domtar.com to access the following information:
- Wabigoon Forest High Conservation Values Assessment Report
- Trout Lake Forest High Conservation Values Assessment Report
- Trout Lake Forest Conservation Areas Network Gap Analysis Report and Peer Review
- Wabigoon Forest Conservation Areas Network Gap Analysis Report and Peer Review (in development)
If you have questions, comments, or would like more information on certification please contact Guy Noel, Environmental Management System Coordinator (Guy.Noel@domtar.com).
Sustainable forestry: provides for recreation opportunities such as berry picking, fishing, and hunting.
Sustainable forestry: protects streams, rivers, lakes and ponds to preserve function and health.
Sustainable forestry: manages the the forest landscape, habitat, and wood supply in a way that provides for future generations and biodiversity.
Sustainable forestry: manages and maintains caribou (Trout Lake) and Moose habitat (Wabigoon) as a critical component of forest health
Sustainable Forestry: Works with Indigenous Communities and Councils to identify and protect their values.
Sustainable forestry: means working with stakeholders such as remote and drive in tourism outfits (camps).
Aerial Harvest Inspections
Sustainable forestry: uses tools such as helicopters, drones, and boots on the ground to keep a good eye on operations and compliance.
Sustainable forestry: provides access for public users, tourism business, and other resource development.
Sustainable forestry: provides employment, community support, and
Sustainability means "Enough for all, Forever"