Thursday, 7 July 2011
Docmail postal service tree planting initiative
Whilst we all like to feel we're doing our bit for the environment, in reality we're not doing anywhere near enough. CFH Total Document Management has gone a step further with its Docmail desktop postal service - by giving customers not only a way to save money on postage but the option to plant a tree in their name.
In association with The Woodland Trust, the Toptree Initiative focuses on the restoration of UK woodland, and plants twice as many trees in this country as were originally used to make the paper products that carry the Toptree logo.
All Toptree supported products are made from paper sourced from sustainably maintained forests. For every tree used to produce Toptree paper, the Initiative plants two trees in Woodland Trust managed woods, helping support the environment for future generations.
Dave Broadway, managing director of CFH Total Document Management, creators of Docmail, says, “Many companies try to reduce their environmental impact by reducing their paper usage and using recycled paper. With the environmental challenges we face today, conservation is not enough. We need restoration. The Toptree Initiative plants trees in the UK to help regenerate UK woodland for all to enjoy.”
Almost 80,000 trees have been planted by the Toptree Initiative since it began in 1997.
Users of the online mail facility can now opt to include a Toptree logo and special code in their letters. The Toptree Initiative will plant trees to replace that paper, and for every ten codes entered onto the Toptree website, an extra tree will be planted. Full details can be found at www.cfhdocmail.com/toptree.html
Docmail is an exciting desktop mail service with low postage prices starting from just 25pence. Customers compile and send post direct from their PC. One of the simplest, most user-friendly online mail facilities to use, there’s no software to install; all that’s needed is a computer with internet access and a web browser.
The system allows you to upload a Word document and any PDFs you want to include in your mailing, enter an address or upload a list onto the online database, and then simply click the mouse for Docmail to print, personalise, enclose and post, with no limits on quantity or destination.
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