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Green by Nature Blog

The Green by Nature Blog is a space to share information about our initiatives in sustainable development and to engage with you on this subject. We post articles regularly about innovation and social responsibility.

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Featured Cascader: Annie Veilleux, Taking Care of the Environment!
Annie Veilleux has been an Environmental Supervisor at Cascades in Kingsey Falls since 1998. A trained chemical engineer, she has a Master’s degree in pulp and paper from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. What does she like the most about her work? The diversity, the interpersonal relationships...
Sep 18, 2014 11:35 AM ET
Five Tips for Demystifying the Recycling Bin
If you’re like me, you still have questions about how to recycle certain types of packaging and containers. Let’s shed some light on some of these issues! Here are 5 questions and answers to help you become better recyclers. Learn more about the 5 tips for demystifying the recycling bin... ...
Sep 10, 2014 2:20 PM ET
Winning Through Wellness
As a matter of respect and concern for employees, Cascades Specialty Products Group (SPG) U.S. plants have been focusing on health initiatives for many years. Through health and wellness initiatives, the SPG plants have worked to increase employees’ knowledge and awareness of their health. For 2013, a new initiative was created called the 4-1-1, which stands for 4 tests, 1 goal and 1 healthy...
Sep 10, 2014 1:10 PM ET
Cascades and UQTR Partner to Research Sustainable Product
For the past several months, Cascades and the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) have been working together on an unusual project. It’s a rather surprising association: the pulp and paper sector is teaming up with podiatry in a research program that involves developing a bioactive podiatry...
Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM ET
The Montreal Impact and Cascades Partner Up: Soccer Fans Go Green
It’s a beautiful evening at Stade Saputo: you’ve got nachos and drink in hand, and a great view from the top bleachers of the Montreal Impact’s fancy footwork. Thousands of soccer fans adopt this game plan every night that their team plays in town, from March to October....
Jul 31, 2014 9:35 AM ET