8 January 2020
Printer Joins Tree Replanting Program
PENTICTON, B.C.—
Minuteman Press of Penricton B.C.
Minuteman Press of Penricton B.C.
 The Penticton  Minuteman Press has committed to planting trees equivalent to the amount of paper the business consumes.  It is one of  the first printers in Canada  to join the PrintReLeaf program, which tracks the volume of paper used by the firm and, through an independent third party, determines the volume of forest timber required to make the paper and plants a comparable amount of trees.
PrintReLeaf program chart
PrintReLeaf program chart
“We are pleased to be a leader in adopting this program which effectively reduces our environment footprint on behalf of our clients by matching our paper needs with the comparable volume of fiber in our forests,” said Andre Martin, owner of the Penticton Minuteman Press. “All trees funded by this program will be planted in BC. This is where we live and generate our livelihood so it is appropriate that we replenish the wood stock in this province.” The PrintReLeaf program is operating in seven other countries.
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