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Social and Land Conflict
Social and land conflicts are very complex issues and they do require a large amount of time to resolve amicably.
The wood supply study found that there was sufficient plantation fibre to supply APP’s pulp mills in Indonesia – including the demand of its new pulp mill at OKI, South Sumatra – through to 2022.
Peat protection can consist of peat rehabilitation – rewetting and managing water levels and restoring the functionality of peat below the surface, and peat restoration – restoring peat vegetation above and improving hydrological capacities below the surface.
APP has made an ambitious commitment to protect and restore one million hectares of natural forest in Indonesia.
Since September 2013, APP no longer accepts natural forest wood into our supply chain. 100% of our fibre supply is sourced from plantation wood and certified wood.
Forest Conservation Policy (FCP)
The FCP is a set of policies that govern APP’s approach to sustainable and responsible practices, implemented on 1st February 2013.