Australian Forest Certification Scheme

Australian Forest Certification Scheme

http://www.forestrystandard.org.au/12about.asp

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The objects of Australian Forestry Standard Limited are to: promote sustainable forest management in Australia's forests through an Australian Forestry Standard to be owned by the Company (AFS); support and maintain the development of the AFS, and other related or complementary standards; maintain accreditation as a Standards Development Organisation; support and facilitate the use of the AFS, and any related standards, for forestry certification within Australia; and seek mutual recognition for the AFS internationally.

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