Soil plays an integral role in the planet’s ecosystem which is one the reasons we chose to get our hands (very) dirty. It made sense to partner with a not-for-profit that takes the environment as seriously as we do, and we found our perfect match in Greenfleet.
Through their projects, we are committed to establishing resilient, self-sustaining Australian forests which optimise carbon capture and protect our climate. Each approved project is individually designed to suit landscape, climate and soil conditions.
A circular economy continually seeks to reduce the environmental impacts of production and consumption, while enabling economic growth through a more productive use of natural resources. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?
We engage a circular economy solution for effective recovery of raw materials that can be reused onsite. In other words, none of the good stuff goes to waste.
The value obtained from utilising onsite resources includes reduced carbon emissions, less trucks on roads, reduced landfill impact and creating a sustainable base for the long-term landscape.
Global climate change is already having increasingly catastrophic impacts on Australian ecosystems, communities and the economy.
We are committed to measure, reduce and offset our carbon emissions of the business, with the aim of being carbon zero certified by 2022.