SEC and CASE step up engagement efforts by getting leading supermarkets, pharmacies, furniture retailers to declare that their wood, paper and/or pulp materials are procured from sustainable sources

Singapore, 7 October 2015 – The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) and Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) are stepping up its engagement efforts to get leading supermarkets, pharmacies and furniture retailers to declare that they have not procured or used wood, paper and/or pulp materials from the companies accused of causing fires in Indonesia. These actions are being taken shortly after our press statement issued on Monday informing that ten companies with paper products certified under the Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS) administered by the SEC and sold in Singapore have no links to those companies causing fires in Indonesia.

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