We recognise our operations have the potential to have both a positive and negative environmental, social and economic impact, we aim to minimise our negative impact in all three of these areas. We partnered with Greenfleet to offset our carbon emissions through their native reforestation program and have implemented a few changes in our production facility, moving towards a sustainable future. Our shredder machine can recycle cardboard sheets to use as packaging fillers when sending parcels to clients, allowing us to save on costs and improve our green offering. This approach can curb the creation of waste and minimise our carbon footprint.
Paper is collected daily and turned into bales, which are graded for quality before being sent to recycling mills. Companies buy quality waste paper collected locally then sort and clean it on-site, re-manufacturing it into products such as toilet paper, tissues, and hand towels. Every tonne of recycled paper used saves 13 trees! We also have a general waste compactor in our Head Office in Sydney, allowing us to compress the waste and space out the daily collections, reducing the amount of CO2 created. We were proud to receive the ISO9001 and ISO14001 certifications, and are always looking for ways to improve our operations.