Land preparation without burning after wood production uses a spreading system of residual production waste that does not fit into the specifications of chips raw material wood such as twigs, leaves, small branches, etc. After that, Pre Planting Spraying (PPS) is carried out before planted.
To enhance the growth and yield of plants by manual slashing maintenance and selective chemical spraying methods on certain plots. Herbicides used for spraying are not included in the class of banned pesticides based on WHO standards (Class 1A / 1B) or substances regulated by Rotterdam Convention, Stockholm Convention also applicable law and regulations.
Implementing a harvesting system that is effective, eco friendly as well as implementing a system of managing forest products that are good, legal, and the origin of wood could be traceable to verifiable points of origin.
The site and volume of wood harvested under the approved RKTUPHHK-HTI approval and annual wood production targets. Harvesting activities include felling, trimming, bucking, stacking, skidding, stockpiling, wood measurement at TPn, the quality audit of wood production and transportation.
Harvesting carried out using a chainsaw and harvester. Timber skidding uses Forwarders and Ground Pontoon to TPn on the side of the road. Wood stacked and then measured by a company officer qualified GANIS PHPL-PKB.
After reporting LHP & Payment PSDH, the timber transported. Timber transported will be measured at TPn, the measurement will record in the Job Order for Wood Transport document, and then the timber will transport to Faktur Post for issuance SKSHHK through SIPUHH online.
Forest protection and security activities, including:
The company has cooperated with government agencies, the police and community representative through joint patrols, counseling and law enforcement activities to prevent illegal logging and illegal activities.
The company has a system and procedure on forest protection and security and has trained people who are supported by good equipment and infrastructure.
Fire is a major threat to our plantation, which is the main asset of our business. There is no advantage for PT MHP to burn the forest, and there is no tolerance for the perpetrators of forest fires.
Consider the existence of community settlements living in and nearby the company's work area resulting in the potential for forest fires. Company efforts to avoid this potential require involving communities gathered in Fire Concerned Community Group (KMPA) at the village level as an important part of minimizing the risk of forest and land fires.