The Producer Is Addressing the Pollution Originated by the Chemical Substances Used During the MMCF Production Process. It Has Joined a Credible Initiative That Advances Solutions on Chemical Management.
The producer is implementing, for all of its sites, pollution control technologies to limit their impact, developing an approach for the recovery of substances used or generated during the production of MMCF.
ZDHC Responsible Fibre Production Guidelines ZDHC Wastewater Guidelines (evaluated in 2020, worth 3 points) ZDHC Air Emissions Guidelines.
Key Improvements Required
- Complete and publish the CanopyStyle Audit and address any sourcing risks identified.
- Identify potential partners and suppliers and accelerate the use of Next Generation fibre solutions in order to meet or exceed a target of 50% by 2030.
- Where wood fibres are used, they should not come from Ancient and Endangered Forests or other controversial sources. They should be FSC certified with increasing amounts being procured from FSC 100% certified forestry operations that have achieved FSC Forest Management certification on the ground.
Areas where the company is showing leadership
The company proactively reached out to Canopy and quickly adopted a CanopyStyle policy.
P.T. RUM has contacted auditors to carry out a CanopyStyle Audit.
P.T. RUM has FSC COC certification.
Number of viscose, lyocell and dissolving pulp mills + location and production volumes
P.T. RUM has one MMCF manufacturing facility in Sukoharjo, Central Java, Indonesia. The company is affiliated with Sritex and other companies within the Lukminto family conglomerate.
The MMCF manufacturing facility, parts of which are still under construction, is slated to have a production capacity of 80 000 tonnes per annum, once completed.