Chinese Mainland – Greater China
Hong Kong SAR – Greater China
Taiwan – Greater China
Bosnia & Herzegovina
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
We use wood pulp for tissue and absorbent hygiene products. And while we don’t own or manage forests, we have a responsibility through our procurement practices to ensure sustainability of these resources.
We’re 100% committed to vetting the sources of our pulp fiber, being transparent in our sourcing and ensuring sustainable forest management. We also work to avoid any unwanted sources of wood and will collaborate with key stakeholders on increases in preferred certification schemes.
We take countless measures to ensure sustainable sourcing. Independent third-party verification systems are used to ensure sustainable forest management and wood traceability. And we partner with global multi-stakeholder organizations to develop tools and scientific methods to protect values and services that forests provide such as biodiversity, watershed protection and climate moderation. When it comes to transparency, we track and report the amount of wood pulp it purchases and relevant information on certification status.
P&G purchases wood pulp from suppliers that:
We ensure compliance with this policy through site visits, comprehensive surveys and research, required documentation and independent third-party certification of sustainable forest management practices. We require pulp suppliers to independently certify their operations for sustainable forest management. We also require auditable assurance that wood from sources not directly owned and managed by the supplier is legally sourced and harvested via sustainable practices.