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OKI’s Environmental Performance

OKI's management is committed to support the implementation of responsible Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) in its operations. This commitment is embodied in various integrated policies and management systems, in accordance with applicable laws and standards. Regarding sustainable environmental management, the company's commitments include:

OKI’s Sustainable Sources of Wood Fibre

To ensure that PT. OKI Pulp & Paper Mills (‘OKI”) supply chain is free from deforestation, we require all of our pulpwood suppliers--both current and potential to comply with Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas’ Forest Conservation Policy (“FCP”) as well as our Fibre Procurement and Purchasing Policy (“FPPP”). The FPPP provides commitment, approach and governance that reflects overarching framework for the specific processes and criteria that we use in evaluating our pulpwood supplier’s compliance with APP’s FCP.

Pemanfaatan Air Gambut untuk Mendukung Akses Air Minum Masyarakat dengan Metode Reverse Osmosis (RO)

This program targets communities in 20 villages around OKI, Ogan Komering Ilir District, South Sumatra. The community around the area, through the drinking water management group, actively participates in the development of the installation through cooperation in identifying the best the location, and constructing and installing the system.

Three APP Sinar Mas Business Units Win TOP CSR Award 2022

3 business units Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas, PT OKI Pulp & Paper Mills (OKI Pulp & Paper), PT Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper Tbk (IKPP), and PT Paper Factory Tjiwi Kimia Tbk (Tjiwi Kimia) won the Top CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Award 2022.

Development of an integrated coastal management plan in Ogan Komering Ilir Regency

The Mangrove Ecosystem Restoration Alliance (MERA) program on the OKI coast was initiated Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara in response to degradation of mangroves in protected forests due to the overdevelopment of shrimp ponds and forest clearing. While both are one of the main livelihoods of local people, the local government does not yet have an integrated coastal management plan and policies in place to manage the problem. This makes it difficult for village community businesses to be supported, either by the government, the private sector, or NGOs. 

Four APP Sinar Mas' Business Units won Indonesia Green Awards by consistently applying Green Industry Principles

Four APP Sinar Mas' Business Units won Indonesia Green Awards by consistently applying Green Industry Principles