Indonesian Ecolabeling Institute develops 2 ecolabel certification system types:
1. Ecolabel certification system for forest managements
2. Chain of custody certification system
Ecolabel certification system for forest managements is especially developed for wood-sources forest areas.
Chain of Custody certification system is developed to trace the raw material used in the wood products, and to make sure that the raw material is originated from sustainable forest area.
Indonesian Ecolabeling Institute develops three sets of Ecolabel certification systems for forest managements, based on the forest management types in Indonesia:
1. Sustainable Production Natural Forest Management Certification System
2. Sustainable Plantation Forest Management Certification System
3. Sustainable Community-Based Forest Management Certification System
In order to maintain credibility, transparency, and to ensure multiparty participations in certification system arrangement, LEI certification system development processes went through the following phases:
a. LEI Executive Board submits the certification system/amandment proposal documents to the Member Representative Assembly, referred as LEI-I
b. The certification system/amandment proposal documents are consulted in workshop and/or with stakeholders, as the first public consultation. The documents’ status is LEI-II
c. Proposal/amendment documents resulted in the first public consultation is revised by the Material Committee (LEI Expert Team), Working Group or Small Team established by LEI. The Documents’ status is LEI-III
d. The proposal/amendment documents that have been revised by teh Material Committee/Small Team/Working Group are subsequently consulted in workshop and/or with stakeholders, as the second public consultation. The status od the documents is LEI-IV
e. The proposal/amendment documents resulted in the second public consultation is revised by the Material Committee, and LEI will submit them to the stakeholders for approval. The status is LEI-V
f. Documents are submitted to Member Reprentative Assembly for approval, and referred as Final Documents.