Forest certification is a voluntary process that allows organizations to demonstrate corporate responsibility by
having their forest management planning and practices independently certified against a sustainable forest
management standard. ATCO voluntarily pursued certification to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative's (SFI)
2005-2009 certification standard in June of 2006 and is currently certified with the 2015-2019 SFI standard.
The SFI Program is based on the premise that responsible environmental behavior and sound business
decisions can co-exist to the benefit of communities, landowners, manufacturers, shareholders, customers and
the environment, today and for future generations. The SFI Program is based upon a number of guiding
principles of sustainable forestry, as well as many objectives and associated performance measures/indicators.
ATCO undergoes third party annual audits conducted by qualified, independent auditors to assess ATCO's
operations for conformance to the SFI Standard requirements. The SFI certification assists ATCO in continual
improvement of our operations.
To visit the SFI website, click the following link: http://www.sfiprogram.org
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