Tunas Sawa Erma Group is committed to implement principles and criteria of ISPO and RSPO

By 10 November, 2016 January 7th, 2019 Notice

Tunas Sawa Erma Group is committed to implement the sustainable palm oil plantation in accordance with the principles and criteria of ISPO and RSPO for preserving High Conservation Values that includes biodiversity, environmental and socio-cultural services aspects.

We formally inform that Tunas Sawa Erma Group (PT Tunas Sawa Erma, PT Berkat Cipta Abadi, and PT Dongin Prabhawa), has obtained the Final Report of the Assessment and Identification on High Conservation Values (HCV) and High Carbon Stock (HCS) in cooperation with a licensed assessor from Bioref of the Faculty of Forestry of IPB.

Furthermore, we will conduct a Peer Review on the Final Report by a Licensed Assessor and accept feedbacks and corrections to improve the document.

As for PT Tunas Sawa Erma (Block A), we have submitted the Final Report of HCV to the HCV Assessor and have conducted a Peer Review on January 15-17th, 2017. Moreover, we are working to improve the Peer Review result.

All the assessment and identification of HCV in our plantations are conducted based on the Principles and Criteria of ISPO, as well as High Conservation Values Identification Guidelines drafted by the Consortium of Indonesian HCV Toolkit Revision 2008 and the General Guidelines of HCV by HCV RN 2013.

We work and strive to ensure that our palm oil products are produced in a sustainable and socially responsible manner. Most importantly, we take on the best effort to make a positive impact by improving the livelihoods of the stakeholders, respecting the traditional cultures and ensuring the high quality of crude palm oil supply nationwide and globally.

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