ISO 14001 is an international environmental management standard that was established in 1996 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). SCA Skog has been certified since 1998.

The environmental management standard aims to simplify environmental practices for organizations and companies, and help them reduce their environmental impact. The standard is a tool for ensuring that environmental practices are implemented systematically and effectively, and that continuous improvement of these practices will lead to a reduction of the company's total environmental impact.

Based on the Environmental policy

The environmental management system is based on SCA Skog's environmental policy.

Read the policy here

The system is a tool that will help us achieve our environmental objectives. A key component of the system is always striving for improvement. Within the framework of the management system, nature conservation objectives have been defined for forest management, transport, reforestation after felling operations and the use of pesticides in our nurseries.

An important focus is our aim to produce and deliver our products using technologies, methods and input materials that limit our negative environmental impact, and our leading role in the use of wood-based fuels. This promotes the role of forest management in the long-term production of renewable resources.