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      溶解漿采購政策(Fibre Procurement Policy)

      時間 :2021/7/16 來源:本站編輯 點擊:6688

      溶解漿采購政策(Fibre Procurement Policy)


      JILIN CHEMICAL FIBRE CO.,LTD. is committed to play a leadership role in the dissolving pulp & cellulosic fibre industry and will work with our dissolving pulp suppliers in order to promote sustainable forest management and protect ancient and endangered forests.


      JILIN CHEMICAL FIBRE CO.,LTD. supports the production of cellulosic fibres & fabrics from wood fibre that is not sourced from ancient and endangered forests,  unless there are meaning conservation plans and FSC certification in the place.


      The following principles only apply to all man-made cellulosic fibres, fabrics and textiles, including but not limited to rayon, viscose, lyocell and modal This commitment applies to our own scope of operation and procurement practices.This policy supports principles that result in long-term environmental,social and economic benefits.


      Scope of Commitment


      We will purchase only from raw material suppliers that are transparent, traceable and compliant with this policy.


      If suppliers violate these standards, we will first help them change their production behavior, and if we find that their fibers come from areas prohibited by policy, we will reassess whether to maintain cooperation with them.


      Conservation of Ancient & Endangered Forests and Intact Forest Landscapes:


      JILIN CHEMICAL FIBRE CO.,LTD. will follow the principles of the CanopyStyle Initiative,and work with Canopy and our suppliers to promote the protection of Ancient and Endangered Forests.


      So,we will assess our existing use of wood pulp and fibre and ensure that we are not using the raw material sourced from ancient and endangered forests areas such as the Canadian and Russian Boreal Forests; Coastal Temperate Rainforests; tropical forests and peatlands of Indonesia, the Amazon and West Africa, or endangered species habitat. Endangered Forests are defined and mapped at https://canopyplanet.org/tools/forestmapper/


      Recognizing, respecting and Supporting human rights and the rights of communities


      We will eliminate sourcing fibre from controversial sources including companies that are logging forests illegally and from tree plantations established after 1994 through the conversion or simplification of natural forests.


      We hereby request that our suppliers respect the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and comply with indigenous and rural communities legal, customary or user rights to their territories, land, and resources. To do so, we require that our suppliers respect the right of Indigenous People and rural communities to give or withhold their Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) before new logging rights are allocated or tree plantations are developed, resolve complaints and conflicts, and remediate prior human rights violations through a transparent and accountable grievance mechanism and mutually agreeable dispute resolution process.


      Innovative and Alternative Fibre Development


      We will collaborate with our suppliers to explore and promote the development of fibre sources that reduce environmental and social impacts. Where appropriate, we will play an active role in the research and development and eventual adoption of commercial scale production of pulp and cellulosic fibre made from alternative fibre sources such as agricultural residues and recycled fibres.


      Advocacy for Conservation Solutions


      Working with our suppliers we will support collaborative and visionary system solutions that protect remaining ancient and endangered forests such as the Coastal Temperate Rainforests of Vancouver Island and the Great Bear Rainforest, Canada’s Boreal Forests,and the rainforests of Indonesia, the Amazon and West Africa.


      Forest Certification

      本公司將優先選擇獲得森林管理委員會認證的負責任管理的森林材料,其中包括優先選擇獲得FSC 認證的種植林。

      We will preference fibre sourced from forests that are responsibly managed forests, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification system including FSC certified plantation forest.


      Transparency, Traceability and Verification


      We will work with stakeholders to develop third party verification systems of our operations and supply chain to eliminate fiber from ancient & endangered forest by 2019.


      Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Footprint


      Recognizing the importance of forests and peatlands as carbon storehouses, we will support initiatives that advance forest conservation to reduce the loss of high carbon value forests, by encouraging vendors and suppliers to avoid harvesting in these areas, and by giving preference to those that use effective strategies to actively reduce their greenhouse gas footprint.


      Pollution Prevention


      Dissolving pulp and viscose manufacturing is a resource-intensive process that may be lead to air and water pollution that impact overall environmental quality. This policy does not solve these critical environmental issues, however, we will invest in and use the cleanest dissolving pulp and viscose manufacturing technology.




      We recognize the importance of spreading environmental protection awareness among our customers, employees and peers. As such, we will highlight our environmental protection concept on our website and in public communications.



                                      JILIN CHEMICAL FIBRE CO.,LTD.






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      郵箱: wangyuanxu@jlcfc.com



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