PrintEco Partners with Domtar to Promote Responsible Paper Usage
PrintEco today announced its partnership with Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS), the largest integrated manufacturer and marketer of uncoated freesheet in North America, and the second largest in the world. Domtar is also one of North America's largest manufacturers of papergrade pulp.

A Fortune 500 company, Domtar is committed to sustainability, seeking to meet the highest standards for forest, environmental, and quality management. Further, Domtar has a history of industry-leading collaboration with Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations (ENGOs), including over a decade of work with leading advocates of environmental conservation. In keeping with their pursuit of sustainability and environmentally conscious technology, PrintEco is excited to partner with Domtar.

As part of the agreement, Domtar will be the exclusive paper company sponsor on PrintEco's consumer product, which led to PrintEco being named one of Entrepreneur Magazine's 100 Brilliant Companies of 2012. Domtar EarthChoice® messaging will be strategically integrated throughout the personal version of the software. The unique placement will allow PrintEco users to learn how their responsible choices made throughout the fiber lifecycle can lead to a more sustainable world.

"We're very excited to include a progressive company like Domtar on our PrintEco platform," Arpan Shah, CEO of PrintEco noted. "We look forward to growing our user base and spreading Domtar's message of sustainability and responsibility. We, like Domtar, believe that paper serves a very valuable purpose in our lives that should be used efficiently, when possible." Paige Goff, vice president of sustainability and business communications at Domtar, added, "EarthChoice is changing what it means to be a paper company by turning responsible paper choices into a business asset. PrintEco delivers on the idea that responsible paper usage is a critical part of the fiber lifecycle – from the forest, through responsible production, usage and recycling."

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About PrintEco

Frustrated by the waste of time, paper, and resources, PrintEco is committed to contributing to a more sustainable business environment. Through the automatic reduction in paper and ink waste created in the printing process, PrintEco allows users to save paper, save money, and contribute to the betterment of the environment. Their app seamlessly integrates with Microsoft® Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, as well as Internet Explorer, Firefox, & Chrome. PrintEco eliminates wasteful printing that occurs every day in offices, at schools, and at homes through the use of their proprietary algorithms, immediately formatting documents for optimal whitespace reduction. Headquartered in Chicago, PrintEco has received several notable accolades, including being named to Entrepreneur Magazine's list of 100 Brilliant of Companies of 2012.

About Domtar

Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) designs, manufactures, markets and distributes a wide variety of fiber-based products including communication papers, specialty and packaging papers and adult incontinence products. The foundation of its business is a network of world class wood fiber converting assets that produce papergrade, fluff and specialty pulps. The majority of its pulp production is consumed internally to manufacture paper and consumer products. Domtar is the largest integrated marketer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America with recognized brands such as Cougar®, Lynx® Opaque Ultra, Husky® Opaque Offset, First Choice® and Domtar EarthChoice®. Domtar is also a leading marketer and producer of a complete line of incontinence care products marketed primarily under the Attends® brand name. Domtar owns and operates Ariva®, an extensive network of strategically located paper and printing supplies distribution facilities. In 2012, Domtar had sales of US$5.5 billion from nearly 50 countries. The Company employs approximately 9,300 people. To learn more, visit