The Community Pantry of Puente Alto has delivered 150 thousand kilos worth of products
The program began operating in June to deliver food and basic necessities on a weekly basis to more than two thousand elderly residents in the area.
CMPC – Duoc UC Nacimiento Campus opens an in-person office to the community
This space will be dedicated to informing area residents about the academic offer and the admission process to the new campus that will begin operating in March next year.
The health authority extends the operational period of the vaccine centers in Nacimiento and Los Ángeles.
After the success of both multi-vaccine centers provided by CMPC, an agreement was made with the company, the Municipalities of Los Ángeles and Nacimiento, and the Biobío Health Services to extend and reinforce vaccination.
CMPC Board Approves Resources for the Construction of the CMPC - DuocUC Campus in Biobio
The future higher education center will effectively have 700 students that will be able to access dual and continuing technical and vocational education, in addition to training for workers and suppliers.
Safe summer on the Carahue and Toltén Navigable river routes
More than 22 entrepreneurs from La Araucanía are now ready to receive tourists safely from Covid-19 thanks to the Arriba Todos Juntos plan that adds more than 500 beneficiaries, being them small and medium entrepreneurs from four regions of Chile.
Today 14 more families in Nacimiento are beneficiaries of the Water for Chile Challenge project
The Initiative promoted by CMPC and Desafío Levantemos Chile – which already has benefited more than 850 families in the Biobío and Araucanía Regions – has arrived in the Carrizal de Meñir area, providing drinking water access solutions.
More than 48,000 native trees will help reforest Nonguén National Park
About fifty volunteers from different schools and universities along with CMPC planted Roble [Patagonian Oak] and Raulí, the two species that will help with the reforestation of the Nonguén National Park
Largest weaving in the world will be exhibited in santiago: the “Tononwitral” exhibit is now open
The exhibition will be open to view until January 2023 at the Artequin Museum. It includes various pieces from the Mapuche world, as well as cultural and traditional demonstrations. “Ngüren” will be on display, a woven piece nearly one kilometer in length that was certified this year as the largest of its kind.
CMPC Foundation: How to manage children’s use of screen time?
CMPC Foundation invited two experts to a webinar to delve into how to handle this kind of relationship that’s come to stay.
CMPC opens its properties to residents of La Araucanía for recreation and sports
The initiative of the forestry company will launch the creation of a park network in southern Chile that will take place in Temuco, Loncoche and Angol. Pumalal Park will be the first one to be inaugurated, hopefully sometime this year.
Pre-university at no cost in Puente Alto goes back to in-person education after two years
More than 300 high school juniors and seniors have been part of the Training School for Higher Education Admission (EFIES in Spanish).
Sustainable packaging for pet food
There are more than 12 million dogs and cats in Chile, and thousands of bags of discarded pet food ends up in landfills, on the street and in the sea. Animal food packaging has to protect the fat content, so it requires several layers of different materials to preserve the texture and flavor.
Pago de dividendo proviso nº 279
We are dedicated to Innovation
On Thursday, August 18th, CMPC Companies through CMPC Ventures officially opened its new offices in Finland.
Desafío Comuna Sin Basura [Trash-free Neighborhood Challenge] reaches the Maule Region: Yerbas Buenas is the first district to join the initiative.
The program, which is underway in seven other neighborhoods in the Biobío and La Araucanía Regions, seeks to raise awareness about recycling and the environment by reusing waste to prevent it from ending up in dumps and landfills.
Fires threaten our forests. Taking care of them is everyone's job.
Ruil, pitao, quillay, among other species of Chilean native flora are threatened by wildfires. That is why CMPC has this season teams with great experience in fire fighting and prevention, but taking care of our forests also depends on you.
Scholarship holder of the CMPC-Portas program: “Without the program it would be very complicated for me and I would not have been able to study”
The 600 students obtaining benefit from the Construye Futuro CMPC – Portas program come from the Maule, Ñuble, Biobío, La Araucanía and Los Ríos regions.
CMPC in Valdivia signs an alliance for local sports
Valdivia is the city with the longest history in Chilean basketball, standing out for its sporting successes and a faithful fan that gives its unconditional support.
Servicio Jesuita a Migrantes and CMPC sign agreement to facilitate inclusion process for migrants
“For a more inclusive Chile” (“Por un Chile más inclusivo”) is the name of the program to be developed by both organizations, which will allow different initiatives to be carried out at the Til Til plant of the paper mill to promote the social insertion of migrants in its facilities.
CMPC signs agreement with Red de Alimentos to create first Social Pantry in Puente Alto
With the aim of supporting and caring for the elderly, CMPC and Red de Alimentos will implement the first “Social Pantry” in the municipality of Puente Alto, located on one of the properties adjacent to the paper plant, at 860 José Luis Coo Street.
Tips for these days at home
CMPC Foundation, through its HIPPY program, gives us tips to take care of ourselves as a family, entertain and stimulate our children now that we are at home.
Sports tips to do at home these days
Outstanding athletes from Club Deportivo Universidad Católica and Puente Alto Basket give easy and simple exercise recommendations to perform inside the house during these days.
Recycle, reuse and compost from home
CMPC together with Chile sin Basura, deliver tutorials and recommendations to reduce or reuse the garbage generated during the long stay at home, to take care of our planet and contribute to reducing coronavirus infection to those who do the job of collecting the trash.