On Friday 23rd November 2018, Reflex took part in an active day creating new native woodland in association with Premier Paper’s Carbon Capture programme.
Taking place at Langley Vale, an ancient woodland just south of Epsom, Reflex were amongst 150 tree planters busy working alongside the Woodland Trust and television presenter Julia Bradbury with The Outdoor Guide to plant 3,000 oak, beech and cherry saplings.
The Langley Vale woodland is part of the North Downs National Character Area (NCA), a chain of chalk hills across the south-east. Chalk grassland is a notable feature of this landscape and is of ecological importance due to its ability to support rare species.
Reflex’s commitment to the Carbon Capture programme traps the CO2 emissions from their paper purchases, providing an effective way to reduce their carbon footprint whilst creating and maintaining native woodland here in the UK. With this and other programs, we have created 286.92m of new woodland removing 11,477kg of carbon dioxide. See our certificate here.
To find out more about joining Reflex dedication to the Carbon Capture programme visit – http://www.paper.co.uk/environment/carbon-capture/
More information about the Woodland Trust and Langley Vale woodland is available here – http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/first-world-war/locations/england/
A great idea, and well organised event. It was a fantastic feeling and rewarding to give something back to our environment.
Simon Joy Account Director Reflex Printed Plastics