In 2009, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change introduced the Toxics Reduction Act, which aims to prevent pollution and protect human health and the environment by reducing the use and creation of toxic substances.
The Act requires that regulated facilities:
- track and quantify the toxic substances that they use and create
- develop plans to reduce the use and creation of these substances
- make summaries of their plans available to the public
All of Resolute’s Ontario operations report under this Act. To view the public reports for each facility, visit their respective pages in the Operations section of our website:
Permanently Closed Mills
Resolute will continue to make available the annual reports and reduction plans for permanently closed mills that were regulated under the Ontario Toxics Reduction Act.