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To help tackle recent fires we have deployed 2,900 trained firefighters and fire suppression helicopters are working around the clock on this issue. In our commitment to transparency, below are additional resources from Asia Pulp & Paper's (APP) on the ground firefighting efforts.

Asia Pulp & Paper’s commitment to support the protection and restoration of Indonesian forest landscape accepted into Bonn Challenge
To Read in Bahasa, Click Here Company announces it will join global initiative to restore millions of hectares of forest Paris, 8 December 2015 - Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) has unveiled that its...
APP shares its Peatland Management milestones to provide long term solution to fires
To Read in Bahasa, click here APP welcomes Government initiative on Peatland Moratorium Jakarta, 12 November 2015 – Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) today welcomes the President of Indonesia’s instruction on...
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) deploys international specialists Working on Fire (WoF) to strengthen firefighting response and prepare for 2016
To Read in Bahasa, click here JAKARTA, 2015, November 5 – Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) has deployed specialist fire management teams and firefighters from Working on Fire (WoF) to enhance national...
29.10.2015 |
Mapping the origins of fires
To read in Bahasa, click here Forest fires are a problem that has blighted Indonesia, its people, its environment and its economy for years. APP takes the issue very seriously and has operated a ‘zero burn’...
Asia Pulp & Paper issues update on fire management in South Sumatra
Photo by: Nova Wahyudi To read in Bahasa, click here Asia Pulp & PaperGroup (APP) today set out the details of its ongoing fire management and suppression programme to supportits pulpwood suppliers in...
Fire & Haze FAQ
Fires harm the economy, the environment and most importantly people's lives. This is never acceptable. Our policy is clear: We do not burn our land. We will disengage any supplier involved in starting fires....
21.10.2015 | The Straits Times
Boycotts alone won't stop the haze
I returned to Britain last month after another of my regular trips to Singapore, with fond memories of another great F1, but glad to see the back of the haze. For the Singapore Government, always aspiring to...
Asia Pulp Paper fire response