WHERE WE LIVE AND WORK

We have been operating in Northern Maine and New Brunswick for close to a century. Our success is linked to the communities in which our employees live and work, which is why we take our commitment seriously to being a good neighbor and supporters – economically, socially, and culturally.

Our goal is focused on stewardship, positively impacting our communities. In the spirit of transparency, we would like to share more about what we are doing and answer any questions you might have. Take a look.

Have questions/concerns?

Let us know; call our Environmental Line at 1.888.937.2737.


COMMUNITY MESSAGE (11/8/21)

Twin Rivers Paper wishes to advise you that the mill is in start-up mode due to the regional power outage this afternoon and that loud and unusual noises may be heard until the pressure in the steam system equilibrates.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. For any questions, contact us at 1-888-937-2737.

COMMUNITY MESSAGE (10/8/21)

Twin Rivers Paper advises you that production activities at the Edmundston plant will be shut down during the annual maintenance period from October 13 to 19. Loud and unusual noises may be heard.

In addition, preparatory activities for the replacement of a section of pipelines are currently underway near the Boucher Bridge.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Maintenance work helps us keep our operations safe and efficient. For any questions, contact us at 1-888-937-2737.

COMMUNITY MESSAGE (5/4/21)

We’ve safely completed our biomass cogeneration unit maintenance shutdown. Working with WorkSafe NB, we strictly adhered to all COVID and safety recommendations.  We are proud to say no outside contractors tested positive for COVID. Take a look at our project update in English or French.

COMMUNITY MESSAGE (4/13/21)

As the Edmundston pulp mill is currently undergoing a biomass cogeneration unit maintenance shutdown, we understand there are some community concerns in context to the Regional lockdown. Safety is our priority, and we’ve been working with WorkSafe NB (WSNB) to ensure we do everything we can to keep our community safe. Click here to read more about the steps we are taking.

COMMUNITY MESSAGE (12/2/20)

Thanks to the community members that participated in our French and English information sessions about our Environmental Emergency (E2) Plan for the Edmundston Pulp Mill.

Click here to learn more about the E2 Plan and watch a recorded video with Eric Carrier, our Manager, Environment and Technical.

We are happy to organize more live sessions if there is demand, as our goal is to ensure the community stays informed about our processes and protocols.