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You may have seen a forest logo on some of the products packaging in the supermarket. Have you wondered what it represents? Well it means the product content or the packaging is certified by PEFC. But to know what it means, let’s first get to know what PEFC is!
We never know what the future holds, but one thing for sure is that we can strive to make it better today. From the first scratch of a sketch to the last stroke that invokes changes, we all should endeavor towards a brighter future.
Asia Pulp & Paper has been using the Integrated Fire Management (IFM) strategy to prevent and manage forest fires around its concession areas. We have done our best to design this strategy to be as effective as possible, and you know you can rely on it. But it is heroes like this that make it happen.
Have you ever wondered why sustainable packaging prices could be so expensive? A burger box made from sugarcane, for instance, is almost twice as expensive as one made from polystyrene, as BBC observed. But have we dived in to understand why being sustainable is a costly affair?
Are you considering living a greener lifestyle? Well, after learning what it's all about, it can be daunting to jump into the bandwagon and go green. Drastically changing your life is hard, indeed. But, you know what? If you start small and gradually move forward, you will be there eventually.
As consumers increasingly value eco-friendly practices, brands must prioritize sustainability inaddition to quality. Brands should consider replacing single-use plastics in favor of recyclable, compostable or reusable alternatives, according to the 2018 Consumer Trends Report of U.S. consumers released by Asia Pulp & Paper.
Through international and local collaborations, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas is helping Indonesia advance towards a cleaner and more sustainable water future.