APP in the News
25.03.2013 | Food & Beverage Packaging
The gold standard of global standards
In today’s global marketplace, the simple question of a product’s legality may result in an answer that is anything but simple. The many differences in local legal frameworks between countries can make the...
15.03.2013 | Industrial WaterWorld
China's Jinhai Pulp Facility: Innovation in Water Conservation and Discharge
In China's pulp and paper industry, a model example of water conservation, water management efficiency, and wastewater treatment is APP-China's Jinhai pulp and paper facility, the largest pulp mill in China...
01.03.2013 | Financial Times
Guest post: timber producers and users can jointly confront illegal logging
Consumer pressure, represented through the work of NGOs and other stakeholders has helped to bring substantive change recently, particularly in the European Union (EU) where a new model to deal with the issue...
11.02.2013 | The Holmes Report
APP's Aida Greenbury : Great Expectations
In the aftermath of APP's landmark pledge, Greenbury discusses the company's gradual embrace of transparency, exploring the numerous public relations lessons she has learned - including the folly of...
06.02.2013 | Associated Press
Indonesia Paper
One of the world's largest paper companies pledged this week to stop its suppliers from cutting down natural forests in Indonesia. Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) says it hopes the move will help preserve...
06.02.2013 | The Sydney Morning Herald
A turning point for deforestation
APP’s suppliers will now be bound to not log timber with high conservation value, or in peat swamps, and the company has agreed to get ‘‘free, prior and informed consent’’ of landholders when it opens a new...
05.02.2013 | Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Asia Pulp and Paper Halts Clearing in Indonesian Natural Forests
Asia Pulp & Paper Group said it halted all its suppliers from clearing natural forests as of February, accelerating its pledge to use only farmed trees by two years …
29.01.2013 | Packaging News
Liz Wilks: The European Union Timber Regulation and the packaging industry
The European Union Timber Regulation (EUTR) entering into force on the 3 March 2013 will make it a legal obligation for the packaging industry to do its bit in the fight against illegal logging…
14.01.2013 | The Manufacturer
Timber regulation welcomed
Responding to TM’s news coverage of new European Union Timber Regulation Jacek Siwek, European stakeholder and sustainability director, Asia Pulp & Paper, digs into the detail of what the new rules will...
11.01.2013 | Scoop.co.nz
New Zealand Schools Answer Call To Help Indonesian Children
New Zealand Schools Answer Call To Help Indonesian Children By Recycling Books Schools in Auckland and Dunedin have answered an appeal from Cottonsoft to recycle books they no longer need by donating them to...

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