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The UK has one of the lowest tree cover rates in Europe, just 13% compared to a European average of 37%.

By purchasing The Woodland Trust office papers you can help stand up for trees. The Woodland Trust are on a bold ambitious journey to plant 64 million trees by 2025. You can help by purchasing office papers and claiming your free mixed seed pack to plant yours at home, the office or playground.

25 pence from every box sold goes directly towards their work in protecting, restoring and creating new woodlands. This paper really is the paper that plants trees!

 CO2 ​in the forest and in production -

To ensure the future availability of timber, in managed forests three or four trees are planted for every one harvested.

 

 Carbon Capture -

Carbon Capture is included in the price of Woodland Trust Office Paper. The CO2 emissions from the paper purchased will be ‘captured’ by planting native woodland, right here in the UK, through the Woodland Trust and the Woodland Carbon scheme.

 

 TCF (Totally Chlorine Free) - 

All the paper pulp used in the production of Woodland Trust Office Paper is Totally Chlorine Free (TCF) the eco-friendliest bleaching method for pulp.

 

 ISO 14001 - 

is an international environmental management standard. The mill is ISO 14001 certified, which means that it actively and systematically works on incorporating environmental considerations into the business.

 

 EMAS -

The purpose of EMAS is, in a systematic and structured way, to create the conditions for preventing, limiting and constantly reducing environmental impact.

 

 Nordic Swan -

The Nordic Swan scrutinises the whole lifecycle of the product. The Swan is the official eco-label of the Nordic countries, supported by an organisation whose vision is a sustainable society and sustainable consumption. 

 

Learn more about The Woodland Trust: www.woodlandtrust.org