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Ask  Nippon Paper Directors to stop buying woodchips from the Eden chipmill now. Don't wait for more koala habitat to be destroyed
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In December 2015 Nippon Paper sold its South East Fibre Exports chipmill at Eden, NSW to a new company, Allied Natural Wood Exports. Eden has exported tens of millions tonnes of woodchips since it was established. This change in ownership presents a wonderful opportunity to consign the cruelty and destruction of native forest logging to history.
The evidence so far suggests no change from past practices; it does not chip 'waste,' only whole logs.
"Business as usual" means forests will be clear felled for the sole purpose of chipping.
Every tree was once home to hundreds of forest dwelling creatures, some facing regional extinction due to woodchipping.
Worse, taxpayers subsidise this dinosaur

ANWE/ SEFE corporate
 Pellet Plant closes

Forest furnace - "a dead duck"

Burning native forest wood to generate electricity, the dirtiest, dearest & deadliest way ever devised to generate electricity is now officially “renewable” in NSW.

KOALAS WIN! On 1 March 2016 Tanja, Mumbulla, Murrah and Bermagui (south of the river) were declared Flora Reserves

Ask the new owners of the Eden chipmill
 to stop logging native forest and make a full transition to plantation sourced wood


Help the Yellow- bellied Gliders of Bago Forest
 $1 Million a day carbon cost in logging to supply the Eden chipmill 

Until 1 October 2003, the owner of the Eden chipmill,  South East Fibre Exports Pty Ltd was known as Harris-Daishowa (Aust) Pty Ltd.
On 23 December 2015 it became Allied Natural Wood Exports (ANWE)

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This site last updated on Monday, 25 April 2016