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When you think of sustainability, what comes to mind?

Electric vehicles, biodegradable materials, and recycling are all examples of green initiatives. Is that, however, one of your company’s main goals? A sustainable business, often known as a green business, has little or no negative influence on the world or local environment, community, society, or economy—one that aims to fulfil the triple bottom line.

Sustainability is built on three pillars: economic, environmental, and social factors. At Colyer London, we strive to encourage other London businesses to go green. Our objective is to build strong, long-term relationships with our consumers by providing the highest-quality, environmentally friendly products available in London. There are many ways that your business can become more sustainable, including:

  1. Decreasing waste
  2. Eliminating pollution
  3. Adopting clean energy
  4. Saving water
  5. Greening the earth by planting trees
  6. Utilising sustainable materials
  7. Developing sustainable goods
  8. Implementing sustainable business travel policies

You print one. We’ll plant one tree

Have you ever considered how you might make your printer more environmentally friendly? Fortunately, when you hire Colyer London to manage your printer services, we provide the most sustainable options. Our printers, in collaboration with PrintReleaf, provide you with the chance to help the environment every time you print.

  • PrintReleaf is a software implemented in your printers for free and tracks how much paper your organisation uses over time.
  • PrintReleaf figures out how many trees were cut down to meet your paper needs.
  • Your paper footprint is automatically replanted at a location of your choosing.
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Global Forest Watch, in collaboration with the World Resources Institute, created this map to demonstrate global yearly forest loss and growth over the last 12 years. The data is the outcome of a time-series study of 654,178 Landsat 7 ETM+ images by the University of Maryland Department of Geographical Sciences in defining worldwide forest extent and change from 2000 to 2012. Source

So far, our current customers have printed 1.4 million (and counting) standard A4 pages, which is around 170 standard trees replanted. Join us today and you may be a part of one of the most innovative green initiatives in the world, helping to preserve our planet from deforestation. Source

Speak with our experts at Colyer London to learn more about our environmentally friendly printers.

Thuy Nguyen

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