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World Leaders in Pulp & Paper, Water Management Join Forces

Asia Pulp and Paper(APP), one of the world’s largest pulp and paper companies, is teaming with one of the world’s leading innovators in clean water technology and solutions on a series of joint initiatives.

APP and Nalco signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to embark on a two-year research and development program to map out the company’s overall water footprint across all aspects of its Indonesia and China operations. Nalco is renown in the pulp and paper industry worldwide for its expertise in minimizing the overall impact of environmental health and safety concerns and reducing overall water usage. The two companies will also look at potential opportunities to work together to create programs to provide healthier clean water to local Indonesian communities.

“Our work with Nalco jump starts our commitment to the UN CEO Water Mandate and is one of the most important initiatives we will undertake. Conservation, management and providing greater community access to clean water will be part of the foundation of our sustainability program and our 2020 vision for APP. It hits at the core of what we believe is our most significant commitment to Indonesia: creating economic development opportunities to help advance our growing economy and contributing to the quality of life of the people living in and around the communities we serve,” said Aida Greenbury, APP Managing Director.

“A sustainable approach to water management and conservation is good for the world, good for the environment, and is simply good business,” said Eric Melin, President Asia Pacific for Nalco. “It’s essential for paper companies the size of APP to constantly explore new technologies and operating procedures that can potentially reduce their overall water footprint. This initiative will start by examining every aspect of water usage in all APP facilities to benchmark current performance against best-in-class global standards to allow us to chart a course for the future.”