50m3 of illegal wood destroyed in Sungai Gelam

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September 7, 2020 - Jambi, Indonesia

Forest law enforcement agencies including Gakkum KLHK conducted an operation in the Sungai Gelam Forest Area in early September. About 50 cubic meters of illegal wood was destroyed, along with logging machinery. Three people were also arrested. The operation conducted in the logging area follows an operation in the lumber yards of Tangerang City in August.

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50m3 of illegal wood destroyed in Sungai Gelam

Photo: Gakkum KLHK

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