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The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) has taken action against RSPO member companies / organizations for not submitting the Annual Communications of Progress (ACOP).
During the recently concluded exercise, companies / organizations that did not submit their ACOP reports faced the following action:
Companies / organizations that have had their RSPO membership terminated will have all membership privileges revoked. This includes their RSPO Trademark License, their certificates and / or trade of Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO), which will cease to be valid with immediate effect (17 November 2015).
Companies / organizations that have had their RSPO membership suspended will have all membership privileges revoked with immediate effect. However, there will be a grace period of 30 days before their certificates, trade and Trademark License will cease to be valid.