Editorial: Domtar’s hard work pays off
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Editorial from the Kingsport Times-News
The ribbon-cutting will come later, but Domtar’s Kingsport Mill has resumed operations after a two-year, $350 million investment to convert the former uncoated freesheet paper mill into the company’s first 100% recycled packaging facility.
Kingsport Mill Resumes Operation; Produces First Containerboard Roll
The Kingsport Mill recently produced its first 100 percent recycled containerboard. The milestone marks the culmination of a two-year, $350 million investment project to convert the former uncoated freesheet paper mill into Domtar’s first 100 percent recycled...
Domtar to complete transition within weeks
From the Kingsport Times-News
Domtar should be fully operational within weeks after completing a $350 million transformation into a full-on recycled containerboard company.
Domtar Donates $20,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee
Through its community investment program, Domtar recently donated $20,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee. The donation, which took place on Oct. 27, 2022, will support the food bank’s distribution of more than 100,000 pounds of healthy produce....
Editorial: Kingsport, Domtar, Eastman leading the charge on recycling
The Kingsport Times News recently published an editorial on the pivotal roles Domtar and Eastman play in the future of recycling.
Kingsport Team Marks Milestones as Packaging Conversion Project Progresses
Bales, a boat and a bridge dedication have each played a part in the conversion of Domtar’s Kingsport Mill this spring, as the company has continued to meet important milestones on its way to machine startup. The company’s first 100-percent recycled packaging...
Kingsport wins national award for economic development
KINGSPORT — The city of Kingsport has received the Donald E. Hunter Excellence in Economic Development Award for the Brickyard Park/Cement Hill project.
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Moving With the Times via Recycling Today
Recycling Today recently interviewed Troy Wilson, Domtar Kingsport mill manager, and Mike Butler, senior director of sales and fiber sourcing, about Domtar’s decision to enter the recycled containerboard market and the conversion of the Kingsport Mill to Domtar’s first packaging facility.
The Kingsport Times News recently visited the mill to see all the progress happening on site.
WJHL visits the Kingsport Mill for a Peek at Conversion Progress
KINGSPORT, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Domtar paper mill in Kingsport shut down production of writing paper in April 2020, as the novel coronavirus pandemic cut budgets by $200 million and over 300 people were laid off.