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  • Municipal and regional governments that, through the adoption of complementary environmental technical aspects to the acquisitions procedures, can use their buying power to promote the trading of wood products coming from legal and sustainable sources.
  • Businesses that, based on their policies of social responsibility and/or professional ethics, do not encourage the illegal commerce of forest products, establishing procedures to check the origin of the raw materials they purchase.
  • Other institutions, that with purchasing preferences can demand responsible wood and thus contribute from their routine to the preservation of the forests of the department and country.
  • Common citizens that, through their auditing, can demand the fulfillment of the responsible buying policies in their city.