Monitoring was carried out by JPIK Central Sulawesi in July – August 2016.

Monitoring results indicate:

  1. Indications of receipt of illegal wood as raw material for UD Rahma’s industry. The raw material for wood is taken from the timber cukong which extracts wood from several villages in Donggala, including Manimbaya Village, Ketong Village, Malei Village, Kamonji Village, Rano Village, and Walandano Village.
  2. There is no company sign in front of the UD Rahma wood processing industry.
  3. There are no reports of environmental monitoring results every 6 months to Donggala District BLHD.
  4. UD Rahma employs underage children to run their industry.