Eucatex forests occupy an area of approximately 52,400 hectares distributed across 82 farms (owned, leased and partnerships), which are located in the Salto, Botucatu and Capão Bonito regions of the state of São Paulo. One third of this area, or approximately 17,000 hectares, consists of natural reserve areas on which two types of vegetation predominate: seasonal semi-deciduous forest and transitional seasonal semi-deciduous forests known as cerrado. Areas planted with eucalyptus supply Eucatex’s mills with over one million cubic meters of wood every year, which is sufficient to ensure the sustainability of the system.

Eucatex’s products are recognized and certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), an international entity that attests, through FSC Certification®, that the products are manufactured responsibly by using wood produced under an economically viable, ecologically correct and socially fair system.