South America

5 South/Central American companies (headquarter location) used the WWF EPCI 2013 to show transparency and to promote continual improvement.
WWF encourages more pulp and paper companies in South America 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:

LEADERSHIP IN TRANSPARENCY - EPCI 2013 PARTICIPANTS

Access individual results by clicking on the company name. Participants are listed in alphabetical order.
ARAUCO
Bio-PAPPEL
CMPC
Fibria
Klabin

NON PARTICIPATING COMPANIES

Suzano Considers participation in next EPCI rating
Veracel No response



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Bio-PAPPEL understands the importance of putting the principle of transparency in practice in recognition of the impact our company has on our stakeholders. This type of evaluation allow us to assess the effectiveness of our self-transparency evaluation in order to improve our global focus and commitment with sustainability. 

Bio-PAPPEL

In addition to the commitment to the sustainable use of natural resources, Fibria's commitment to transparency represents a key element in its relationship with stakeholders. For Fibria, a renewable forestry company, the themes of sustainability, governance and accountability are essential to its activities. The EPCI is an important channel for transparency for Fibria and its stakeholders, contributing to the sharing and analysis of information from the company.  

Fibria

Arauco constructively engages with stakeholders and reports transparently.
Tools such as the EPCI questionnaire help us further understand and take action with respect to being responsible on our environmental performance and impacts.

Arauco





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