Objectives & Targets for 2018 — Canfor Pulp
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Renewable Energy
- Reduce power boiler natural gas usage at the Intercontinental pulp mill by 10%.
- Modernize pulping process at the Taylor pulp mill to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25%.
- Increase biomass energy generation to 1 million MWh.
- Start up the third turbine at the Northwood pulp mill to increase renewable energy generation.
- Reduce water usage at all mills by 5%.
- Improve washpress operation at Northwood pulp mill to reduce biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) loadings to the effluent treatment system.
- Improve non-condensable gas (NCG) collection systems to reduce odourous emissions to the Prince George airshed.
- Reduce particulate emissions by 5% at the Prince George Pulp & Paper mill recovery boiler.
- Improve fibre recovery at the Prince George and Intercon pulp mills by 1.0 BDt/day.
- Begin plans to improve fibre recovery in the brown stock screening area at the Prince George Pulp & Paper mill.
- Reduce brown stock screen rejects by 2 kg/ADMT at the Northwood pulp mill.
- Maintain an overall certified fibre supply level of 87%.
- Achieve the company wide medical incident rate of less than 2.0.
Community and People (same as for Canfor)
- Promote success of First Nations candidates by providing 200 individuals with resume and career advice through career fairs and other conversations, including up to 50 from 2016 to 2020 through a partnership with the Prince George Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training Association.
- Create a procurement strategy to support First Nations businesses.
Create Aboriginal Cultural Competency Training modules that will become a part of Canfor’s orientation program.
- Launch the First Nations Work Experience Pilot Program.
- Launch the Human Resources Aboriginal Internship Program.
- Expand community and employee outreach in the US South.
- Launch enhanced respectful workplace training.
- Expand inclusive leadership training and enhanced diversity focus of development programs.
- Meet with mayors of all operating communities, with a focus on opportunities for collaboration and enhanced information sharing.