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2 Asian companies (headquarter location) used the WWF EPCI 2013 to show transparency and to promote continual improvement.
WWF encourages more pulp and paper companies in Asia to use the Index as opportunity to demonstrate the efforts they might be undertaking to address environmental issues. The Index now allows companies to be assessed on an ongoing basis prior to the next EPCI in 2015. Contact the WWF International Paper Team!

WWF´s EPCI evaluates the following product categories:


Access individual results by clicking on the company name. Participants are listed in alphabetical order.
TNPL / Tamil Nadu


BILT Considers participation in next EPCI rating
Trident Considers participation in next EPCI rating
Lee & Man Did not wish to participate
Nine Dragons Did not wish to participate
Shandong Chenming Did not wish to participate
JHansol Paper No response
JK Paper No response

TNPL being a state owned organisation believe that transparency in operations would improve its performance on the environmental, social and economical front on a sustainable basis”.  

Mr. A. Velliangiri, Deputy Managing Director, TNPL

We welcome WWF's new initiative - the Environmental Paper Company Index. ITC 's active participation in it is one more effort in our multi dimensional sustainability initiatives. The EPCI measure will aid ITC's efforts at enriching the country's environmental capital while generating significant sustainable livelihood opportunities. 


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