Issue Number 4 | April 2016
The Earth Day Origins of the Recycling Symbol
Though largely unknown, the recycling symbol has connections to both the first Earth Day and the forest products industry. Created by a 23-year-old college student in 1970, these three simple arrows have since become one of the world's most recognizable symbols. So nearly 50 years later, how much has its creator profited from his work?  FIND OUT
From Trash to Treasure 
Every farmer wants higher yields and better-looking crops. Farmers near Domtar's Plymouth, NC mill enjoy both results, while also saving money! Their secret?  An all-natural soil amendment from a surprising source.  LEARN MORE
Employees Motivate by Sharing Sustainable Practices
In honor of Earth Day, Domtar employees across the globe shared the actions they take to demonstrate the EarthChoice commitment to sustainability.  From capturing rainwater and landscaping with native plants, to biking to work and volunteering in the community, learn how they're reducing impacts and making the world a better place. What's your EarthChoice?    WATCH THE VIDEO

Domtar's Rothschild, WI mill treats drainage from the Marathon County landfill through its own wastewater treatment plant as a free public service.

By using just one WaterSense-labeled showerhead at home, the average family can save 2,900 gallons of water and over $70 in energy/water costs annually!

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