Paper – it might not seem like an obvious way to support woods and trees. However, with a little bit of innovative thinking, Carly Press have teamed up with Premier Paper and the Woodland Trust to use a range of paper that helps businesses curb their carbon emissions by planting trees.
Carly Press are one of more than 240 Premier Paper customers have signed up to Carbon Capture, which utilises the Woodland Trust’s Woodland Carbon scheme to mitigate the CO2 emissions generated by the production, storage and distribution of the paper they purchase.
So how does it work? An additional levy is paid for each tonne of paper bought. This is passed on to the Woodland Trust to fund the planting of trees, which can absorb carbon that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere. Through the scheme, Carly Press can offer your business a unique carbon reduction solution, enabling you to purchase sustainable print – a great opportunity to:
- Create a cleaner sustainable environment
- Ensure the future safety of wildlife habitats
- Establish green spaces for relaxation and enjoyment
- Enhance your design, print and media brand image
Since the scheme began, more than £900,000 has been raised. That’s enough to fund the planting of 227,760 trees. 56,938 tonnes of carbon have been captured through the partnership – that’s as heavy as 11,000 elephant or 11.3 billion sheets of A4 paper!
Speak to the team at Carly Press today to learn more about how you can demonstrate or improve your Sustainable Development Goals with Carbon Capture.